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SB 454, 47th Regular Session
Relating to extending oil and gas mineral leases granted by the State on areas covered by the coastal waters of the State or within the Gulf of Mexico in cases in which the War Department refuses to grant permits to the lessee or the owner of the lease to drill thereon, providing for annual applications by the lessee to the War Department for permits, providing for the payment of rentals during the extended term of the lease, providing that if a permit is granted during the extended term of the lease the lease will continue in force thereafter if the lessee commences operations within sixty (60) days after obtaining a permit and so long as the lessee shall continue drilling operations or if oil is discovered so long as oil, gas or other mineral is produced.
Author: Rogers Kelley
Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1941, 47th R.S.,ch. 287, General and Special Laws of Texas
Coastal Affairs & Beaches
Oil & Gas
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