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Mineral rights on your land in Texas

Posted by Kimberly D. Moss | Dec 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

Texas is a region rich in mineral deposits. If you own land in Texas which has mineral deposits, you can lease out the rights for those deposits to third parties in exchange for lease payments. It is very important that you understand the various laws regarding mineral rights before you enter a deal and start negotiating mineral rights in Texas. This will go a long way in providing you a win-win deal, have a fair lease contract drawn up, and protect you from any future litigation or legal proceedings. For this reason, Moss Law offers valuable legal assistance and advice regarding royalty payments for mineral rights in Texas, helping you make the most of your mineral rich property.

Here are a few advantages of enlisting the help of Moss Law regarding your mineral rights lease –

  1. Factual information – We give you valuable information about the legalities and contractual terms of mineral rights leases in Texas, thereby making sure that you can make an informed decision when the time comes to make a deal.
  2. Eye for detail – We go over every aspect of your lease contract and make sure that you are getting the best deal for the mineral reserves in your property. We also help you to negotiate final terms with the party offering the lease before the final lease contract is drafted.
  3. Sound legal advice – In the event that you want to sell your property at any point of time, we inform you about the impacts that the sale can have on your rights over the mineral deposits in your property. In these cases, we can offer sound advice about how to go about the sale so as to protect your ownership of the mineral reserves underneath your property.

Moss Law, with a wealth of experience in the field, provides world-class legal support and service and provides you with the right Texas mineral rights lawyer so that you can enjoy the returns from your mineral rights lease.

About the Author

Kimberly D. Moss

Attorney and Counselor at Law (713) 574-8626 Kimberly Moss is a Supreme Court of Texas licensed lawyer and Dallas native who went into the practice of law with the intention of working for herself and bringing value to the community she serves. Prior to law school, she worked for Experian Inform...

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