85. The report on technico-economic studies on pre-feasibility or feasibility shall include the following information:
(1) the number or the alphanumerical code identifying the mining right on which the work used as a basis for studies was carried out;
(2) the purpose of the study, the manner in which it was carried out and a summary of the work accomplished previously on the land justifying the studies performed;
(3) the complete geoscientific and technical data obtained including, where applicable, the environmental impact assessment of the mining project where that study is prepared under the requirements of the Environment Quality Act (chapter Q-2).
The report on technico-economic studies on pre-feasibility or feasibility shall also include, as schedules, the plans and maps necessary for the understanding of the study, established to a scale that makes it possible to locate the work and identify the geoscientific information, in particular the following maps and plans:
(a) geological and compilation maps locating mineralized showings and zones, trenches, rock excavations, geophysical and geochemical anomalies, drill-holes and mineralized intersections, underground work and sampling points;
(b) detailed plans and sections of mineralized deposits and surface work carried out in depth showing the samples taken and the content obtained.
The plans and maps referred to in the second paragraph shall indicate, for each of the lands, the number or the alphanumerical code identifying the mining right on the land from which the work used as a basis for studies was carried out and the perimeter of the land.
The report on technico-economic studies shall be signed by a qualified professional under whose supervision the studies were carried out and shall include the work declaration form, duly completed, supplied by the Minister.