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Kate Fetkenhier presents Common Title Issues in the Oil and Gas Industry at MAPL seminar

KFF2011Kate Fetkenhier spoke on the Common Title Issues in the Oil and Gas Industry to a packed crowd at the Michigan Association of Professional Landmen's 35th Annual Fall Seminar on Thursday, September 20, 2012 at theAmway Grand Plaza in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Kate highlighted some of the most common title issues that occur in the oil and gas industry, including :

  • Defective acknowledgements
  • Discrepencies in Acreage
  • Corrected, Altered or Re-Recorded Instruments/Mistakes in Recorded Instruments
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Bankruptcy Proceedings
  • Divorce Proceedings
  • Church, City, or County Ownership
  • Partnership, Corporation, and Limited Liability Company, Ownership
  • Notices of Intent
  • Notices of Lis Pendens
  • Unreleased Oil & Gas Leases
  • Easements
  • Homestead Rights
  • Forged Deeds
  • Life Tenants/Remainderman
  • State Tax Liens and Federal Tax Liens
  • Mortgage Foreclosure and Subordination Agreements

Kate discussed each issue and several options on how to approach them when found.  If you are struggling with a title issue in the oil and gas field or would like a copy of the presentation, please contact Kate.

Author; Rebecca Stephen Categories: Oil and Gas

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Rebecca Stephen

Rebecca Stephen

Rebecca Stephen worked a paralegal at the Gallagher Law Firm while pursuing a law degree at Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where she graduated summa cum laude.  A graduate of the University of Florida, Rebecca holds a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with a minor in Mass Communications.

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