Update on Silver Queen Property Land Issue
October 25, 2013 GREENWOOD, BRITISH COLUMBIA - New Nadina Explorations Limited (the "Company", TSX VENTURE: "NNA") wishes to provide an update with respect to proceedings brought on by holders of surface rights (C.Donald Christmann and 0712249 BC Ltd) relating to the Company's Silver Queen property.
As reported in its September 6, 2013 news release, the BC Surface Rights Board (SRB) agreed with the Company's position that once the seasonal opportunity to harvest or pasture a crop has passed, land is no longer considered "land under cultivation" within the meaning of the Mineral Tenure Act until such time as cultivation activities for the purpose of raising and harvesting or pasturing a crop begin again the following season. This interpretation allows New Nadina access to such areas after the crop, if any, has been harvested or once the time has lapsed to harvest and also in early fall and winter.
C. Donald Christmann and 0712249 BC Ltd. are not satisfied with the decision of the SRB and have now filed a Petition with the Supreme Court of B.C. to set aside parts of the decision. New Nadina believes this latest application is nothing more than a tactic to obstruct the Company's exploration plans, and it is confident that it has succeeded in obtaining the required approval to proceed with its exploration as planned.
The decision of the SRB continues to be in effect during this challenge by the surface rights holders and New Nadina will continue to update its shareholders on the developments of the proceedings.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
President and Chief Executive Officer
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