Before any person sinks, for the purpose of searching for or getting any minerals1, a shaft or borehole intended to reach a depth of more than 30.480 metres below the surface, he must give to United Kingdom Research and Innovation ('UKRI') written notice of his intention to do so2. He must keep a journal of any such sinking and retain for a period of not less than six months such specimens of the strata passed through as may have been obtained in the course of the sinking, either as cores or fragments, and must allow UKRI or any officer
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