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The amount of annual rent paid to landowners may be renegotiated every four years. The renegotiation process can be initiated by either the landowner or the company by submitting a Form – 2 Notice for Rent Renegotiation to the other party.

If rent is not renegotiated within 60 days, either party may make an application to the Surface Rights Board (SRB). The application process can be started using SRB Form 1D.

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