Articles From Matthew L. McArthy

A Word of Caution on Commingles By Matthew L. McArthy Mineral Law, March 2021 When a commingle takes place without consent of the other owners, the operator is taking the risk of any of the other owners objecting to such commingle and demanding an accounting for their interest.
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Transfer of Minerals by Out-of-State Intestate Resident Upon Death By Matthew L. McArthy & Justin R. Johnson Trusts and Estates, November 2020 A look at how a title examiner deals with the issues that arise when an out-of-state resident passes away owning minerals in Illinois.
Transfer of Minerals by Out-of-State Intestate Resident Upon Death By Matthew L. McArthy & Justin R. Johnson Mineral Law, March 2020 A look at how a title examiner deals with the issues that arise when an out-of-state resident passes away owning minerals in Illinois.
The Unknown or Contrary Mineral Owner By Matthew L. McArthy Mineral Law, September 2019 A discussion of legal remedies available for oil and gas operators facing common legal problems.
Executive leasing rights—Duties owed and unresolved issues By Matthew L. McArthy Mineral Law, April 2015 Executive rights are generally the power to execute leases on behalf of the mineral owner. The rights are created by both grant and reservation. Author Matthew McArthy discusses the existing law in Illinois and unresolved issues.
Disposal wells: Who should be required to consent—surface or mineral owners? By Matthew L. McArthy Mineral Law, May 2014 The author provides clarification for attorneys dealing with this issue.
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