All Blog Posts Tagged 'royalty' (6)

"Which 'Royalty' Is It?" Problems with Nomenclature

This post touches upon a commonly misunderstood issue: That the word "royalty" is used to described many different kinds of mineral right, which are governed by separate legal regimes in many cases. 

These distinctions become relevant when one has questions like "Does XYZ's royalties expire when a lease expires?" or "Are my royalties subject to prescription?" The answers to these questions and others depend on what kind of…


Added by Andrew on December 10, 2012 at 8:08am — 2 Comments

Division ORders

I wanted to know when a family receives royalties, do each person receive separate division orders? OR do just one person for the family receive them?

Added by Ken Boone on August 14, 2011 at 7:35pm — No Comments

Primer on Texas Oil & Gas Law

I am an oil and gas lawyer in Houston with roots in East Texas.  I was born and raised in Jasper, Texas and have family ties still in the area.  I have been an oil and gas lawyer for ten years.  I started out representing operators, but have since devoted myself to representing landowners and doing my part to educate the masses on their legal rights.  I've started with educating my own family.  We own acreage in East Texas and South Texas, but I was surprised to learn that nobody had a clue…


Added by Ben Elmore on December 16, 2010 at 11:00am — 8 Comments

The Daily Hurricane: REAL insight (from an industry insider) into BP, the spill, and the need for change

If you really want facts, real analysis, and details of the BP spill, the industry, the need for a new energy policy, etc., check out Bob Kavnar's daily blog called the daily hurricane.

Added by Kat Bloomfield on August 5, 2010 at 10:52am — No Comments

Selling Non-Producing Royalty Interest

Can anyone explain exactly what a non-producing royalty interest is? Is this advantageous for the landowner or not?

Added by Dixie on August 3, 2009 at 8:03pm — No Comments

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