Tag: Tyler Court of Appeals

25Oct
Mystery Solved! 100+ Year Old Instrument Ruled to be a Mineral Deed

100+ Year-Old Title Dispute: Instrument Ruled a Mineral Deed, Not a Lease

Think your early chain of title has been cured by the passage of time?  As this recent case shows, even 100+ year-old instruments can be the subject of new disputes. The Tyler Court of Appeals, in Richardson v. Mills [1] Richardson v. Mills, 12-15-00170-CV, 2016 WL 5800261 (Tex. App.—Tyler Oct. 5, 2016, no. pet. h.)   recently reviewed whether a 100+ year-old instrument was a lease or a mineral deed, and the effect of a release entered approximately two years later.

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