Interests include oil and gas leases, mineral deeds, royalty payments, interest on late royalty payments, post-production costs.
I have been an attorney for over 20 years.
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It sure makes you wonder if they are doing something wrong when they refuse to respond to inquiries, doesn't it? As a practical matter, you might have to file a lawsuit to find out the answers to your
I would say that it is still a very popular philosophy to retain the mineral rights when you sell the surface rights. I suppose it depends on the price you are being offered for your mineral rights.
What is the value? Thanks for the great question. The proper way to establish a market value for an oil and gas lease involves some research to learn the nature of the prospect (production on surrounding
You'll have to talk to a tax expert about the basis of inherited property. Assuming that it is the fair market value on the date of the death of the decedent from whom you inherited, then perhaps a valuation
I would recommend that you hire an attorney to assist you. Oil and gas companies are sometimes not as cooperative as they could be in making royalty payments to those entitled to them. Assuming that you
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