60 Grant of right of access by access arrangement

(1)

An access arrangement in relation to land may make provision for or with respect to the following matters:

(a)

the periods during which the permit holder is to be permitted access to the land:

(b)

the parts of the land on or in which the permit holder may explore, prospect, or mine and the means by which the permit holder may gain access to those parts of the land:

(c)

the kinds of prospecting, exploration, or mining operations that may be carried out on or in the land:

(d)

the conditions to be observed by the permit holder in prospecting, exploring, or mining on or in the land:

(e)

the things which the permit holder needs to do in order to protect the environment while having access to the land and prospecting, exploring, or mining on or in the land:

(f)

the compensation to be paid to any owner or occupier of the land as a consequence of the permit holder prospecting, exploring, or mining on or in the land:

(g)

the manner of resolving any dispute arising in connection with the arrangement:

(h)

the manner of varying the arrangement:

(i)

such other matters as the parties to the arrangement may agree to include in the arrangement.

(2)

In considering whether to agree to an access arrangement, an owner or occupier of land (other than Crown land) may have regard to such matters as he or she considers relevant.