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Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeffrey Beunier Jul 2. 19 Replies

A few months ago my aunt, sister, and I each received letters from a company offering to buy what they are calling a combination of “oil and gas rights and non-participating royalty rights” for…Continue

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Jeffrey Beunier replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"Barry do you still run title?  and if so what areas do/can you cover?  I'm always looking for some help regards Jeff"
Jul 2
Jeffrey Beunier replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"this would make sense - you can actually buy a copy of the title card for a parcel on the Greene County website relatively cheaply and then pull down the relevant documents to research the…"
Jul 2
Jeffrey Beunier replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"sorry looks like I'm late in responding to your post above and sent duplicate information...my apologies."
Jul 2
Jeffrey Beunier replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"Debra,  how much research have you done on your title at the court  house (seems like you have some details based on your post). Also seems like there is quite a bit of confusion as to whether there is production or not.  The well…"
Jul 2
Jeffrey Beunier replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"Bullfrex - http://www.mineralweb.com/non-participating-royalty-interest-npri/ What is a Non-Participating Royalty Interest? A Non-Participating Royalty Interest (NPRI) is an interest in oil and gas production which is created from the…"
Jul 2
Barry D replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"Joe, I have been running title for more years than I care to count. I have worked for large corporations and for individuals. In general I believe that a title search with attorney title opinion would cost more than $6,000. However, the company…"
Jun 23
Debra Lynn Pennell replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"Have a similar situation here. Leased 54 acres with Rice/EQT 5 years ago this Nov. Landowners have executive rights and rents. Our family has 100% royalties. We signed, recorded , notarized leases in Greene County Coutrthouse in 2013. Went back to…"
Jun 12
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Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA

A few months ago my aunt, sister, and I each received letters from a company offering to buy what they are calling a combination of “oil and gas rights and non-participating royalty rights” for property in Greene County, PA.  It is a total of 44 acres among the three of us.The letter contained portions of a chain of title (field notes from the company’s title agent) showing that in the 1970s a friend of the family left the rights to my grandparents (who died in the 1980s), and that subsequently…See More
Jun 12
Ally replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"E&Ps purchase royalty rights all the time.  Many have mineral buyer subsidiaries or related companies.  "
Jun 11
LandmanDad replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"I would be pretty surprised if it was an E&P company that wanted to purchase your NPRI. My guess would be a mineral buyer. The E&P company would be after the executive rights owner."
Jun 9
Joe replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"LandmanDad.  Yes.  We figure that it might be the gas companies themselves that might want to buy the NPRI cheaply and thus have to pay out less in royalties.  Overall though, being at the mercy of the executive owner seems to limit…"
Jun 8
LandmanDad replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"I haven't read the full chain below, but there is a great chance that the NPRI carved out in the 70s is not mentioned in any wills/probates and you inherited via intestate succession. Do you know if this is the case? Title work is great, but it…"
Jun 8
Joe replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"Thank you Nancy Mosley.  I had not found the Greene County Register yet.  (I'd been doing more research on mineral rights in general.)  Thank you also carp.  I know a person who does title work for a law firm.  I was…"
Jun 7
carp replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"You can have a title abstract done without an attorney, I had an attorney who reccomended the abstractor who did their title searches for them, he had been doing searches for over fifteen years when I contacted him, he charges by the hour and…"
Jun 7
Nancy Mosley replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"Hi Joe, have you tried to find any online records for Greene County? I did a search and found Greene County Register and Recorder's Office   and  Pensylvania Land Records - Greene County  Worth looking and seeing what you…"
Jun 6
Joe replied to Joe's discussion 'Help with royalty rights in Greene County PA'
"Thanks for all of the information.  Very helpful.  Bullfrex -- the whole concept of NPRI was new to me as well.  From what I read, creation of NPRI was designed to allow a cash strapped land owner to raise cash without having to sell…"
Jun 6

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