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Answered: Are my mineral rights on 6 acres oil & gas worth hiring attorney to

If you might be getting $25,000 per year if they find oil/gas then it should be worth getting advice.

Answered: How to sell minerals rights in karnes county texas

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Answered: Mineral rights on my property

If you want to know how to find out who owns the mineral rights under your land, or find out if you do, then this article should be helpful. The first stop in your quest should probably be the county clerk’s office (free) and/or a private abstract office (not free) in the county where your land ...

Answered: Mineral Rights and Mortgage

You can build whatever you want on land that you own. The only problem is if the owner of the mineral rights, such as natural gas and oil decide to drill for it, they can force you off the land. It can be a lengthy and costly process to hold them off, I know from experience. They always have more ...

Answered: How do i find out, who owns the mineral rights, for property located in

If you want to know how to find out who owns the mineral rights under your land, or find out if you do, then this article should be helpful. The first stop in your quest should probably be the county clerk?s office (free) and/or a private abstract office (not free) in the county where your ...

Answered: Mineral Right and gas drilling

If we signed a oil and gas mineral rights lease and it was not notorized is it legaley binding ?
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Virtually ALL gemstones have longitudinal striation (grain, cleaving points) that allow them to be split. Depending on the mineral, some are better at splitting than others. Diamond can be easily split where opal or olivine only shatters.

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Oron said exactly what I said, but Brother Bill, who obviously is not a math whiz claims "That must be the faultiest reasoning about mining I have ever seen." Actually Bill, no industry deliberately tries to lose money, including the mining industry. You are a fool.

Shell oil fields, western Montana. I have ...

I don't think you mean $100 to sell your mineral rights. Typically you get some money for permission to drill, and then you would get a share of the oil and gas produced.