Obviously, my point is not to suggest ODNR is lax, but to prove it's not their job to ensure property rights are being respected (as somebody suggested it was), let alone offer redress when a credible allegation of property violation is made. That job is left to judges and the courts, which is why it's simply amazing to read a few posters whine about the Buell lawsuit and somehow claim to be pro-property rights. As if they would stand pat and do NOTHING when the law said that their property rights were being violated. Nobody really believes that.
Also, I'm impressed you made it to page 26! What a boring document.
Also note how "oil and gas affidavit received" is not checked on page six.
I would think that perhaps it might be a good idea to point out the pitfalls of this process and in creative criticism suggest changes to the ODNR with copies going to the governors office as well as legislators.