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Our Mining and Minerals law practice provides comprehensive legal services to domestic and international companies that finance, explore, mine, process and sell minerals.

The regulatory regime governing the mines & minerals industry is complex. At Pransh Law Offices, we help clients navigate through the evolving landscape and ensure that they understand and are complying with the applicable requirements, including those related to mining disclosure, mineral and surface rights, and environmental standards. Our Firm has the experience to assist clients with the drafting and negotiation of mining joint ventures, options and joint operating agreements, land and mineral leases, royalty agreements and other business agreements. We also advise clients with regard to the transfer, sale or acquisition of mining properties, processing facilities, guidance on financing projects as well as advice respecting general corporate and taxation issues and the optimal way of structuring their operations.

We pride ourselves on having one of the strongest mining practices in India. Our lawyers serve domestic and international mining companies of all sizes and have the knowledge and experience to provide timely and effective advice and solutions for the myriad issues facing modern mining and mineral processing companies. Whether it be financing, real estate acquisitions, exploration agreements, environmental permissions, compliance and diligence, land use authorizations, liasoning with the government authorities, royalty agreements or appeals and litigation, nearly every practice in our firm provides services to our mining clients.

Following are our key focus areas in the mining sector:

  • Royalty and mineral lease agreements
  • Exploration agreements
  • Drilling and coring agreements
  • Development and operation agreements
  • Sand processing plants
  • Transportation
  • Reclamation
  • Mining permission
  • Environmental factors
  • Litigation & Dispute Resolution
  • Public and governmental relations
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