There was really nothing to judge. It was all about whether or not the mine met certain criteria according to previous patterns of practice.
The suit will go back to the BLM adjudicative branch. If the adjudicative branch is unable to rectify the situation, the case could be taken to a higher court. Nevertheless, Evaporation, Inc. must exhaust all of its administrative remedies before proceeding. That is usually the case with any administrative conflict. The party in question is required to exhaust all of its administrative remedies before seeking legal action. It is usually just a rubber stamp.
Here, we explored two pressing questions about the circumstances as presented in the brief. This case of Evaporation, Inc. versus the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) reveals some of the intricacies of land management administrative practice. The importance of this case in the field of land development cannot be overlooked.