The Coal Authority has a number of duties in relation to subsidence damage imposed upon it by the Coal Mining Subsidence Act 1991 and the Coal Industry Act 1994, including the duty to take appropriate action to remedy such damage and to provide such additional remedies as may be required from time to time1; the duty to comply with the statutory requirements in relation to providing information relating to subsidence2 and the forwarding of damage notices3; the duty of furnishing the subsidence adviser with information and assistance4
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