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  • Title is clear . Title search did not show any mineral rights sold and I have researched the deed myself . That is how I found out that a farm close by sold their mineral rights . Mineral rights being sold around my area is rare , There is no coal or shale in my area . The rock in the hill is a sandstone
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    I would say you don't have anything to worry about. Based upon my experience, once you get west of Magoffin county, you stop seeing the severed mineral tracts.
    A Amish neighbor ,I believe they were down around 300 to 500 ft . I believe the name of the company that owns the mineral right to the farm close by is Rose Run Can a person find out before they do a lot of drilling or what ?
    Permit Number: 101968 ,Carter Coordinates: 8-T-71 589S, 413E ,Well Operator: YOUNG OIL CORPORATION ,Farm Name: CLINE, BOBBY
    Thanks for the helpful info.
    Larry
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    Regulator623
    Generally, you can go to the deed room at the clerk's office in the courthouse and find out. You'll need to trace your deed back to around 1900 and then go forward looking for an outsell of the mineral rights from each owner in the chain.
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    They are listed as grantors (the seller) and grantees (the buyer) Doing this research can get confusing fast, especially if your property has been bought and sold several times over the years. You can hire a title company or an attorney to do this for you if you do not care to spend a few hundred dollars.
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    If you bought your property through a bank or a mortgage company this may have already been done. It's called a title search, it will show all outsells, right-or-ways, easements, etc affecting the property at the time of the loan. Let me do some more digging and if I find anything, I'll let you know.
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