Will a Landman be able to review a "Paid-Up Oil and Gas Lease" offer from an oil company as well as an attorney could?
There is a Landman from another county who has no interest in the lease offer we have received. The general consensus in our group is we will have him review the offer as written to get his advice and cut through/explain the legalese for us. He has been real generous with info so far at no charge and has been helpful.
The thought is that we have him review the language and advise us. Of course if there are glaring problems or pitfalls then I think we need to bring in legal counsel.
Is this a common way to go?