Mineral Law Issues for the Non-Oil and Gas Lawyer (Audio CD-ROM)
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Mineral Law Issues for the Non-Oil and Gas Lawyer (Audio CD-ROM)

As more mineral reserves are discovered across the United States, there is a growing need for non-real estate attorneys to learn about mineral law issues. This program will:
  • Examine the content of a typical oil and gas lease
  • Discuss the terms of any acquisition, sale, or mineral lease, and whether all rights are addressed
  • Address the job of the lessees counsel in crafting key provisions to protect the lessee, the environment, and the resource itself
Mineral Law Issues for the Non-Oil and Gas Lawyer (Audio CD-ROM)
Product Code: CET13MLICDR
Faculty: Heather M. Corken, Peter E. Hosey, Scott R. Kurkoski, Anthony C. Marino, Patrick S. Ottinger
Recording Date: June 13, 2013
Page Count: 161
Running Time: 90 minutes
Credit Hours: 1.5
Ethics Hours: 0
Sponsoring Entities: Center for Professional Development, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division, Young Lawyers Division
Topics: Energy & Natural Resources Law, Environmental Law, General Practice, Real Estate Law
Format: CD - CET13MLICDR
Other Formats: Online Course - CET13MLIOLC Audio Download - CET13MLIAUD
Pricing: $150.00 (Regular)
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Description

Advances in exploration and production technology have enabled the development of mineral reserves that are not located in traditional oil and gas areas. In assisting clients in real estate matters that involve an oil and gas component, the practitioner must educate the landowner and/or developer in a number of areas. This program attempts to provide the non-oil and gas attorney with an overview of the relationship of mineral law to property law and the resulting title issues that must be considered.

The program will examine the content of a typical oil and gas lease and considerations for drafting purchase and sales agreements as the primary documents that govern the contractual and real property rights, privileges and obligations of the landowner (lessor) and an energy company (lessee). Our experts will address the issues that must be addressed before a landowner grants a mineral lease to a lessee and the job of the lessees counsel in crafting key provisions to protect the lessee, the environment, and the resource itself. Care must be taken to address the terms of any acquisition or sale, the representations and warranties to be given by the parties, the term of the mineral lease to be acquired, and whether all rights or a limited set of rights are addressed in the acquisition or sale documents and/or mineral leases.

This audio CD-ROM includes full program audio and PDF course materials.
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