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(a) A permittee may request an on-site compliance conference with an authorized representative to review the compliance status of any condition or practice proposed at any coal exploration or surface coal mining and reclamation operation. Any such conference shall not constitute an inspection within the meaning of section 517 of the Act and § 842.11.
(b) The Office may accept or refuse any request to conduct a compliance conference under paragraph (a). Where the Office accepts such a request, reasonable notice of the scheduled date and time of the compliance conference shall be given to the permittee.
(c) The authorized representative at any compliance conference shall review such proposed conditions and practices as the permittee may request in order to determine whether any such condition or practice may become a violation of any requirement of the Act of any applicable permit or exploration approval.
(d) Neither the holding of a compliance conference under this section nor any opinion given by the authorized representative at such a conference shall affect:
(1) Any rights or obligations of the Office or of the permittee with respect to any inspection, notice of violation or cessation order, whether prior or subsequent to such conference; or
(2) The validity of any notice of violation or cessation order issued with respect to any condition or practice reviewed at the compliance conference.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Code of Federal Regulations Title 30. Mineral Resources § 30.843.20 Compliance conference - last updated October 03, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/cfr/title-30-mineral-resources/cfr-sect-30-843-20.html
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