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Over the last several weeks I’ve had a chance to review Tracts.co, a software product that is focused on helping E&P land departments manage the title process. They claim to have developed a unique solution to allow in-house landmen the ability to proactively manage the process of determining mineral ownership by providing a tool that […]Continue reading
Over the past several weeks I’ve had the opportunity to read the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation’s newest edition of the Landman’s Legal Handbook. If there is one word to sum up this book, it is “encyclopedic”. I’ve had the opportunity to read and review several books that are targeted to landmen, title attorneys and […]Continue reading
Fraction are not your friend. Those of you who have taken the RL/RPL/CPL certification exams will remember a section discussing this issue, and those of you who haven’t become certified (yet) will have run into it in the field. However, this is an issue that you might miss completely if you aren’t looking for it. […]Continue reading
So I’ve spent the last several weeks digesting a book by George J. Morgenthaler, Oil and Gas Title Examination. The book is designed for attorneys who prepare title opinions, but it will be very useful to the experienced title researcher. When a title researcher understands what a title examiner is looking for, it will assuredly […]Continue reading