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Utah Supreme Court Invalidates Tax Title as to Severed Minerals on Due Process Grounds

USA - March 16 2017 Can Utah’s four-year statute of limitations for challenging a tax sale prevent a property owner who never received notice of the sale from contesting...


Seeking Clarity in the Distribution of Mineral Interests from a Decedent’s Estate

USA - July 18 2016 As any practitioner who has dealt with the distribution of mineral interests from a decedent’s estate knows, dealing with these interests can be...

Jessica Schmidt, Elizabeth T. Meck.


Utah Oil & Gas Update

USA - June 7 2016 In re Estate of Womack, 2016 UT App 83, 2016 WL 1729528, involved a decedent whose formally probated Will devised a 160-acre parcel to his three...


Unitizing the Lessor’s Interest: No, It’s Not the Same as Pooling

USA - March 29 2016 The terms "pooling" and "unitization" are often used interchangeably, but they have different meanings. Pooling is "the bringing together of small...

David B. Hatch.


The attorney-client privilege: a primer for landmen

USA - June 12 2014 Your attorney has finally sent you a title opinion advising you that some of your leases may be dead. Management decides to drill anyway. It's a...