36.25.231 PROCEDURE FOR ISSUANCE OF SEISMOGRAPHIC PERMIT
(1) In order to obtain a permit the applicant shall:
(a) be qualified to do business in the
state as shown by records of the secretary of state;
(b) file a surety bond, as required, with
the secretary of state;
(c) furnish proof (such as copies of
letters) that it has notified the surface owner or lessee of the approximate
time schedule of activities on the land;
(d) provide the name and permanent address
of the geophysical exploration firm which will be doing the actual work on the
land, and the name and address of any designated agent of the geophysical
(e) provide a legal description of the
surface areas where geophysical activity will take place; and
(f) provide written or oral notification
from the oil and gas lessee of permission to conduct exploration on lands
covered by an oil and gas lease.
(2) A permit is valid for one calendar year
from the date it is granted.
(3) The permit does not grant any rights to
an oil and gas lease on or any interests of any kind in the land covered by the
History: 77-3-402, MCA; IMP, 77-3-401, MCA; NEW, 1980 MAR p. 3122, Eff. 12/27/80; TRANS, 1996 MAR p. 2384.