My lease has been expired since April.  I sent 2 certified letters to Chesapeake with no response.  I called Chesapeake and they said between 30 and 60 days I would get a letter in the mail saying i was released. Its only been about 3 weeks since i called.  Should i wait 60 days>?   An attorney said it would cost around 1000 dollars to file the paperwork with them to be released.  Is anyone having similar problems?  If i sign again will the new gas and oil company file the paperwork to release my old lease?  I think i seen online where eclipse prepared the paperwork to release a Chesapeake lease for a landowner.  Whats the best way to get Chesapeake to release this lease? Or is there any attorneys out there that have time to do this at a decent price.  The one i talked to was too busy.  I feel like i could almost prepare the paperwork myself looking at examples of what attorneys have filed at belmont county recorders website, but i want to make sure its done right.  Any advice is greatly appreciated.  

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Larry Piergollini in Tiltonsville..charges 100.00 to do this.

let us know what happens. seems any company that was connected to Aubrey Mclendon  screws landowner over. I think in Ohio the burden is on the land owner to get released by paying recording fees and filing paperwork. 

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