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Barrick Cortez Acquiring Coral’s Robertson Property

TORONTO - Coral Gold Resources Ltd. has entered into a purchase and sale agreement with Barrick Cortez Inc. ("Barrick"), a subsidiary of Barrick Gold Corp., for the sale of the Robertson Property in Lander County, Nevada, to Barrick.
Pursuant to the Agreement, in the event that the Robertson Property is not placed into production by December 31, 2023, then beginning on January 1, 2024, and continuing on an annual basis thereafter until the earlier of (i) the date commercial production commences and (ii) January 2, 2033, Barrick will make advance royalty payments to Coral Gold of US$0.5M, which will be non-refundable and fully credited against any future obligations under the NSR. Barrick will also assume all liabilities relating to the Robertson Property, and will provide replacement security for the reclamation bond.
The Robertson Property to be purchased by Barrick includes the properties also known as the Core, Gold Ridge, Excluded and the RUF mining claims, but does not include the properties known as the Norma, Sass, Eagle and JDN mining claims, which will remain the property of Coral. The Robertson Property is located in eastern Lander County, Nevada, sixty miles southwest of Elko. The property spans approximately 8,480 acres, comprised of 415 claims and 9 patented claims. Consolidation of the ownership of the Robertson Property will allow the project to benefit from Barrick's Cortez operation.
Coral's Chief Executive Officer David Wolfin commented, "On behalf of Coral's Board of Directors and management team, I am very pleased to announce this transaction which creates immediate substantial value for Coral shareholders through the Cash Consideration and Share Reduction, in addition to the potential for long term value for shareholders through the NSR. Barrick, with its existing mines and infrastructure in the area and proven operational expertise, was always the ideal party to put Robertson into production."