extralateral

[ek-struh-lat-er-uhl]
adjective
of or pertaining to the right of a mine owner to the vein or lode of an ore when it extends under an adjacent mining property.

Origin:
extra- + lateral

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The end lines of the lode claim must be parallel to qualify for underground extralateral rights.
State mining claims do not convey extralateral rights.
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