Tag: types of opinions

25Feb

Types of Title Opinions

One question I believe everyone should clearly define is “what is the scope and purpose of the opinion I’m requesting / preparing / reviewing?”  Opinions can be long or short, detailed or brief, can be written to deliver pristine title or marketable title, or can be long or short, limited in scope or quite thorough, and the requirements can be written comprehensively or in a way that will allow curative strategies to be wholly developed in-house. There is practically no end to the number of variations that can be developed.  However, what follows is a description of the main categories of oil and gas title opinions that are typically encountered:

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