Normally, yes. Funny to see this question pop up, as Investigative Journalist, Lee Zurik, just did a piece on a Parish Government doing something similar (Plaquemines, I believe). Caveats come into play, if there is a prior servitude in Entergy's favor, if a survey actually designates the...Read more »
Your permitting department should be able to shed light on this inquiry for you. While the city or parish may not necessarily require that you use a specific source, you will find out if water is provided by the city/parish, or if you need a well and septic tank. Then, if that is the case, you...Read more »
Good Afternoon My father has been deceased for almost 34 yrs. While visiting family, my uncle questioned me about receiving my fathers royalties. I informed him I was unaware of what he was talking about. He began informing me that our family purchased a lot of land and we leased part of the land... Read more »
I would suggest you speak with an attorney as soon as possible. Time delays may apply to limit how far back you can go to collect your father's portion of the royalties. In other words, the longer you wait, the less you may be able to receive in past royalties. As far as cost, attorneys can...Read more »
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