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Ask a question Mineral rights search in Colorado? I would like to know who owns the mineral rights on a property I am interested in buying in Colorado. It is located on Forest Service Road in Antonito.
You could find out who currently owns the mineral rights under the property by searching the land records at the county clerk's office, or online. In lieu of that you could contact a local abstract office and have them do the search for you.
The county clerk's records can be searched for free however so I'd try that first. We've written an article about how to do the search yourself. You can read it on our "Articles" page Hope this helps you out!
I said I would think about it. I did some deed searching and added several clauses I copied from other deeds I researched. They will agree to all but said they will not agree to a shut in clause as they are in the business to make money and are planning 4 Wells starting in March.
Shut-in limitation would be nice to have, and I've had success with the one below in several of my leases. I'm fine with a company shutting in a well for maintenance etc. Sometimes that could be for a couple of months even.
I'm fine with that. What I DON'T want is for the company to be able to shut in my gas well for years simply because they don't like the prices being paid for gas currently, or simply to "hold" the lease until prices rise. If they desire longer, they'll need to get permission in writing from me or will lose the lease.
I'd try to get some sort of limitation on the shut-in period if you can, but if they just won't do it you could just ask them to throw some more money your way, or increase your royalty fraction etc.
After the end of the primary term, this lease may not be maintained in force solely by reason of the shut-in royalty payments, as provided for in this lease, for any one shut-in period of more than one 1 year or for shorter periods which exceed three 3 cumulative years without the written consent of Lessor, whose consent shall not be unreasonably withheld.
Make sure it's clear. Have an attorney draft the conveyance for you if needed. Google "Duhig Rule" for more info, or check out our "Articles" page as there is a good explanation of that Rule I've posted there The entire leasehold being sold is currently serviced by 2 producing wells.ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Profit Corporation.
In compliance with the requirements of the Washington Business Corporation Act, Chapter 23B RCW, and for the purposes of forming a for-profit business corporation in Washington, the undersigned desire to form a corporation according to the following Articles of Incorporation.
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The Galt Ocean Mile Community Neighborhood Association in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Thanks Ali, I looked at Cognito Farms on one of the links but wasnt sure of the quality since they arent registered with the usda. I wasnt sure if that was a big deal or not but considering i would be feeding my family and not just myself i didnt want to risk it.
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