IMO, this doesn’t bode well for BGM's attempts to get Snowden/Geoex to prepare a compliant version of the non-compliant, Geoex-prepared NI 43-101 released to the public on June 28, 2012.

On 2012-01-18, CLH issued a news release regarding a PEA.

 

This report was filed on Sedar on January 30, 2012, was amended on January 31, 2012, and again on February 2, 2012. It would seem that the company caught initial errors, corrected these errors and filed amendments on its own initiative, with no input from the BCSA.

 

At no time between the filing on 2012-01-18 and 2013-04-03 did the company notify shareholders that the BCSC had contacted them, asking them to correct the 2012-01-18. There was no halt and no CTO during this period, and the stock was not halted prior to the initial release or the two amendments.

 

 

2012-01-18  08:41 

CLH 

Coral Gold Resources Ltd

0.42 

News Release

Coral's Robertson PEA shows $358.3-million (U.S.) NPV 

 

The company filed the following news release today (again...no halt, just a minor retraction, additional errors brought to its attention by the BCSC  and corrected within the 45-day notification period).

 

2013-04-03 19:03 ET - News Release

Mr. David Wolfin reports

CORAL GOLD RESOURCES LTD. - BRITISH COLUMBIA SECURITIES COMMISSION DISCLOSURE REVIEW

Coral Gold Resources Ltd., as a result of a review by the British Columbia Securities Commission, is issuing the following news release to clarify its disclosure.

The BCSC has identified two principal areas of disclosure issues relating to the technical Report filed by the Company, and regarding technical disclosures made by the Company, as follows:

A. TECHNICAL REPORT ISSUES

A current NI 43-101 compliant technical report dated January 15, 2012 entitled, "Preliminary Economic Assessment on the Robertson Property, Lander County, Nevada, U.S.A." was filed on SEDAR on February 2, 2012. This technical report supports total inferred mineral resources of 2,741,673 oz. Au, contained in 191,725,418 tons, grading 0.0143 oz Au/t, with a 0.0067 oz Au/t cut-off grade, and were shown for each zone divided into oxide or sulphide deposits. The cut-off grade was determined based on the following key assumptions and criteria: a mining cost of US$1.02/t, processing cost of US$5.00/t, waste cost of US$1.14/t, and gold at US$1,350/oz with a 70% recovery. In addition, these economic parameters were used to calculate an optimized pit, which formed the basis for the pit design within the preliminary economic assessment ("PEA").

The January 15, 2012 report does not include tonnage and grade estimates for the Distal Zone and the main sulphide area of the 39A zone. This is because these areas of gold mineralization are not within the pit design areas. The two zones do, however, represent prime targets for further exploration. Coral has instructed Beacon Hill Consultants (1988) Ltd. to amend the January 15, 2012 report to include these zones in compliance with current NI 43-101 requirements.

The BCSC's review also identified a number of examples where the technical report does not comply with the requirements of NI 43-101. These include the following:

1. Failure to file NI 43-101 Compliant Certificates

The certificates are being amended to state the items for which each Qualified Person ("QP") is responsible.

Some certificates referred to the title of the report as "Preliminary Economic Assessment on the Robertson Property, Elko, Nevada, USA". These have been amended so that they match the title of the report.

B. ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL DISCLOSURE ISSUES

1. Unsupported Disclosure

In its Management Discussion and Analysis ("MD&A"), news releases, website, fact sheet, corporate presentation, newsletters, analyst reports and video interviews, the Company referred to its 2009 inferred mineral resource estimate. This estimate is not supported by the Company's current technical report that discloses an updated inferred resource