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Introduction of Co-Tenancy Accounting

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An overview of the rights and obligations of mineral cotenants with regard to one another where there is no agreement between them, with particular focus on how a developing cotenant must account to an unleased or uncommitted mineral cotenant who does not participate in the cost of operating.
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1. Introduction of Co-Tenancy Accounting (Apr 2020)

William B. Burford

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Introduction of Co-Tenancy Accounting (Apr 2020)

An overview of the rights and obligations of mineral cotenants with regard to one another where there is no agreement between them, with particular focus on how a developing cotenant must account to an unleased or uncommitted mineral cotenant who does not participate in the cost of operating.

Originally presented at: Mar 2020 Fundamentals of Oil, Gas and Mineral Law

William B. Burford, Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP - Midland, TX