Subsidence damage is any damage1 to land, or to any buildings2, structures3 or works on, in or over it, caused by the withdrawal of support4 from land in connection with5 lawful coal-mining operations6. References in the Coal Mining Subsidence Act 1991 to subsidence damage do not apply to damage caused in connection with the working and getting of coal7 and other minerals8 (1) where the working and getting of the coal was ancillary to the working of the other minerals; or (2) where the coal was worked
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