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Mineral owner is Johnson County Texas since 2009, my minerals trace back in my family over 150 years ago.
It appears that I have Texas minerals again, a small undivided interest in 2+ acres with a 14,000 square fit, brick building that used to be a highschool at the junction of FM 4 and 2415. You can stand in the center of it and throw a rock and hit a commercial SWD disposal operation.
As with anything that happens to be mine, there has been problems with a lawyer trying to buy it from someone who does not own it. Or should I say from someone who only owns a tiny part of it but the lawyer told them they owned all of it.
Hello R W,
Sounds like this could get real messy. Keep us posted.
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