INTRALIMINAL RIGHT

intraliminal right (in-tr[schwa]-lim-[schwa]-n[schwa]l).Mining law. The privilege to mine ore in areas within the boundaries of a mineral claim. • In contrast to an extralateral right, an intraliminal right does not give the holder the right to mine a vein of ore outside the lease even if the vein lies mostly within the lease. Cf. APEX RULE.