Mining: report significant changes

If you are the responsible person of a production unit, you must notify the mineral royalty secretary within 30 days of a significant change occurring. Read the law.

This includes:

  • when a decision is made to start mineral production
  • any change to the name or address of the responsible person and manager of the production unit
  • any change in the ownership of the production unit or of a mining tenement which forms part of the production unit
  • any significant change in the level of production of a mineral commodity by the production unit
  • when the production unit stops commercial production of a mineral commodity
  • when the production unit resumes commercial production of a mineral commodity after stopping.

To report significant changes to the secretary, follow these steps:

Step 1. Fill in the notification of information (433.3 kb) form.

Step 2. Attach any supporting documents.

Step 3. Submit your form by email to royaltiesandassurance.dtf@nt.gov.au.

You will get an email acknowledging receipt of your form.

Contact

For more information contact:

Territory Revenue Office
Level 14
Charles Darwin Centre
19 The Mall;
Darwin NT

Phone: 1300 305 353.

Last updated: 23 March 2018

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