The Mining Cadastre as an Extension and Specialization of the Kenyan Property Cadastre

David Siriba
The accelerated exploration of sub-surface mineral resources across much of Africa has created the need for proper administration of sub-surface land rights. The trend world-wide is a separate cadastre for mining. The reasons advanced for this separation are: the relatively short-term (issued as leases) nature of the mining rights, the mining laws relate exclusively to the right of exploiting minerals and are not modifying the property right; the boundaries of these rights are not linked...
This data repository is not currently reporting usage information. For information on how your repository can submit usage information, please see our documentation.