Land and Mineral Management of Appalachia

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Land and Mineral Management of Appalachia

The Purpose of the LMMA Group is to engage Mineral and/or Surface Owners in a conversation concerning issues that are important to them and to help them understand what questions to ask when The Landman knocks on their door. The issues may have to do with Leasing Minerals, Surface Agreements, Pipeline Agreements or making sure you get paid correctly.

Website: http://www.lmma.com
Location: Charleston, WV
Members: 17
Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2015

 

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Do you have Right of Way and Pipeline Questions?

Started by Timothy M. Greene Dec 10, 2014. 0 Replies

LMMA is prepared to assist Surface Owners with Right of Way negotiations as they are approached by pipeline companies. As we move forward, I would be interested in discussing concerns Surface Owners…Continue

Gas Meeting for Surface and Mineral Owners in Lewis County WV and Surrounding Areas

Started by Timothy M. Greene. Last reply by Timothy M. Greene Sep 26, 2014. 8 Replies

ATTENTION Mineral and Surface Owners in Lewis County, WV and surrounding areas. Do you know what to do when a Landman knocks on your door? To learn more come to the Lewis County EMS Building located…Continue

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Comment by bo boboski on September 11, 2014 at 3:40pm

I read where the life tenant gets thye bonus & royalties until death, the the remaindermen get em.  IN TEXAS. not in Ohio. In Ohio, those funds are to be invested for the remaindermen to receive after the L.T.s death. The L.T. can ,however, receive the interest off that investment. From Porter Wright law site.

Comment by Timothy M. Greene on September 10, 2014 at 11:58am

A life estate Deed allows the Life Tenant to receive all income from the property they are a tenant of. That would include all income from Natural Resources. The Remainderman would receive the income after the Life Estate expires which is usually at the death of the original Tenant

Comment by bo boboski on September 8, 2014 at 8:23pm

Check out the discussion on Life Estates/mineral rights. your input would be appreciated.

 

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