The MCO shall collect a fee for processing of applications for mineral titles and an annual service fee established at a fixed rate per square cadastral unit for administrative and management services rendered by the Cadastre. A mineral title shall become liable to revocation where the holder fails to pay the prescribed fees.
The Mining Cadastre Office (MCO) at the National Minerals Agency, Wilkinson Road The Mines and Minerals Act 2009, foresees that the MCO is the focal point for all applicants and licence holders All applications, requests, communications regarding a mining licence and documents required to maintain and manage a licence must be addressed to the
20191220&ensp·&enspNigeria: Mineral Sector Support for Economic Diversification Project (MinDiver) (P159761) 12/20/2019 Page 2 of 9 Mapping and the Airborne Geophysical Survey. Based on analytical work that was implemented early on in the project, the procurement
About Nigerian Mining Cadastre Office The Mining and Minerals Act (2007) defines the Nigerian Mining Cadastral Office (MCO) as an autonomous body administering mining titles with integrity and in a transparent manner on a "first come, first served" basis.
About MCO About Nigerian Mining Cadastral Office The Nigerian Mining Cadastre Office (NMCO) came into being following the Federal Governments Mining Sector reform programme which was implemented by Ministry of Mines and Steel Development in collaboration with the World Bank Sustainable Management of Mineral Resources Project.
The Mining and Minerals Act (2007) defines the Mining Cadastre Office (MCO) as an autonomous body administering mining titles with integrity and in a transparent manner on a first come, first served basic. Objective. Promotion of the private sector investment in solid minerals sector