The main purpose of the Coal Mining Subsidence Act 19911 is to place obligations on the responsible person2 to take remedial action3 in respect of subsidence damage to which the Act applies4. Remedial action may take the form of the execution of remedial works5, payments in lieu6 or depreciation payments7, subject to provisions as to the determination of the appropriate remedial action in a particular case8. The responsible person is also under a duty to make payments in respect of emergency works executed by other persons9.
Additional remedies include provision for cases where dwelling-houses are rendered uninhabitable, and compensation for
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