Court sides with non-ops on payments
North Dakota ruling treats overriding royalty holders as mineral owner assignees; operators have 150 days to pay all interest owners
Jannelle Steger Combs
For Petroleum News Bakken
A recent North Dakota Supreme Court case provides support to non-operators who are not paid their share of the revenue from a well within 150 days of production. The court treated an overriding royalty as a mineral owner assignee which must be paid timely or face paying 18 percent interest on the ba....
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