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Force Majeure Clauses in a Time of Unforeseeable Crisis
Force Majeure Clauses in a Time of Unforeseeable Crisis

A hurricane, a tornado, a global pandemic – we hope they never happen, but any corporate lawyer knows how vital it is to draft a contract as if these events are an inevitability. For parties involved in a contractual relationship, the law provides a way for them to prepare ...

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  • Force Majeure Clauses in a Time of Unforeseeable Crisis

    A hurricane, a tornado, a global pandemic – we hope they never happen, but any corporate lawyer knows how vital it is to draft a contract as if these ...

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  • The Mineral Lien: Part Three

    You have perfected your mineral lien – now what? [1] Chapter 56 of the Texas Property Code outlines the steps to enforce a mineral lien: A. Timing . ...

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  • The Mineral Lien: Part One

    Chapter 56 of the Texas Property Code provides a way for a mineral contractor or mineral subcontractor to recover on debt owed him or her without ...

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  • The Mineral Lien: Part Two

    In The Mineral Lien: Part One , we outlined the basics of the mineral lien in Texas oil and gas law. Several issues can arise when trying to enforce a ...

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  • Oil and Gas Land Use Agreements

    Enforcement of Lease Renewal Options Texas landowners with oil and gas development operations on their property may have agreements with oil and gas ...

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