Could anyone explain this conveyance language in a quitclaim deed that was issued against me by a chancery court in Amite county Mississippi. I entered into a real estate sales contract some years ago as the seller. In that contract I reserved for myself 100% mineral fee in the property.
" The quitclaim states " all my right title and interest, together with all improvements situated thereon and appurtenances thereunto belonging. This conveyance is subject to any and all prior reservations and / or conveyances of oil, gas and other minerals by predeceasors in title."
Does my contract reservation of the mineral fee estate protect my interest from being conveyed by this quitclaim deed clause?
Does my recorded title to minerals also protect my mineral interest from being conveyed by this quitclaim deed?