Affidavit of Heirship

Hello all,

I have a question. I am trying to negotiate a lease with Jackfork land regarding 32-7N-6W and he told me I can make out and sign an affidavit of heirship. I did see online that usually the one signing the from can not or should not be someone that has something to gain by signing the form.

Does anyone know if this is indeed true that I can sign an affidavit that benefits me?


I got a form u can use also i will buteat there offer by 100 an W depth clause deductions clause and shut in

405 274 9089 give me a ring to discuss


I went through this same thing when I leased my acreage in McClain County. The company I dealt with said that my wife could sign it, but not me, or anyone that "directly" had anything to gain (didn't make much sense to me). And, it had to be noterized.

Dan Moore

Adrian, When I signed with Jackfork they provided the Affidavit of Heirship.

Are you referring to me Brian to give you a call?

Brian Stamps said:

405 274 9089 give me a ring to discuss

Yes you can sign the affidavit of heirship and have it notarized - and the company doing the leasing should be able to prepare one for you with the lease, or send you a form to go by, if you request it.

Thanks Chris,

Thats 2 yeas and one nay so far. lol. Thanks everybody.