(1) An application for a permit or for an amendment to add acreage, for an asphalt or concrete plant, to change postmining land use, or to extend the reclamation date must demonstrate that the applicant consulted with the landowner about the proposed opencut operations by supplying a form provided by the department.
(2) The landowner consultation form must require the landowner to:
(a) acknowledge receipt of a copy of the application for a permit or amendment submitted to the department;
(b) affirm ownership of the property that is described in the application;
(c) affirm that the operator consulted with the landowner about the opencut operations described in the application;
(d) indicate whether access roads, haul roads, or other roads used in opencut operations are on affected land and are subject to the reclamation requirements of this subchapter;
(e) acknowledge the exclusive right of the operator, its agent, or assignee to conduct opencut operations on the property that is identified in the application; and
(f) acknowledge and consent to entry and enforcement of the Act and this subchapter by the department on all landowner property affected by opencut operations.
(3) The landowner consultation form also must require the operator and the landowner to consent to entry at reasonable times by the department and its employees, agents, or contractors to inspect the property and complete reclamation of all affected lands in accordance with the permit and the plan of operation in the event that the operator fails to do so.