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Q: Sold a small piece of land in New Mexico which included mineral rights. Are oil and gas considered minerals?

Who is responsible for notifying Producer of royalties of ownership change? Is a separate deed required?

Anthony M. Avery
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answered on Oct 3, 2022

Oil and Gas are definitely Minerals anywhere. As the Seller you might notify the State so you are not taxed or regulated in the future.

1 Answer | Asked in Energy, Oil and Gas and Probate for New Mexico on
Q: My question is about Texas Law. My ex husband wife did not tell the courts about his previous children there was no will

There are oil & gas leases involved that are supposed to go to all the children. They were passed down from their great grandmother , through her descendants, then their descendants, etc., etc. My children were the only ones never notified by the oil producers about their interests

James Tack Jr
James Tack Jr
answered on Sep 22, 2020

It is not clear from the information provided what type of probate proceeding was had, if any, and when. The ability to contest any court ruling will depend on when the proceeding, if any, was held. There is also no indication of when the deaths occurred. If there was no will, all of the children... View More

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