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Oklahoma Mineral Owner Registry

Postby Santiago » Thu Dec 01, 2016 5:36 am

Is is important that one join this somewhat smarmy looking registry??  Its called Oklahoma Mineral Owner Registry - statewide contact and heirship records    data admin office 755 W Covell # 180 Edmond Okla 73003.    Our "Temporary" data record listed on the sheet where they want us to pay $28.50 a year is correct, so somebody somewhere know our current info.    thanks.
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Postby Reynaldo » Fri Dec 02, 2016 11:10 am

Is is important that one join this somewhat smarmy looking registry??  Its called Oklahoma Mineral Owner Registry - statewide contact and heirship records    data admin office 755 W Covell # 180 Edmond Okla 73003.    Our "Temporary" data record listed on the sheet where they want us to pay $28.50 a year is correct, so somebody somewhere know our current info.    thanks.
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Postby winwood » Fri Dec 02, 2016 9:01 pm

If you know where all your mineral rights are located, and you are fairly sure your contact info is up-to-date in the courthouses so the landmen can find you, then I wouldn't bother signing up with the Oklahoma Mineral Owner Registry. They are NOT a government agency, even though their mailing kind of looks like an official "invoice." While not technically "deceptive marketing" it's a little tacky in my opinion. They are a legit PRIVATE company however, and their service IS useful for folks who aren't sure where their mineral rights are located, or aren't sure if their contact info is currently or correctly filed in the courthouses. Even so, most landmen/oil companies are pretty good at finding people when they need to, though it's sometimes tougher for them to locate out-of-state owners. If you know where your mineral rights are however, you can file a "notice of address" if need be in the respective courthouse index books for less than $28.50 to ensure that oil companies and landmen can contact you. Plus, the only way this Registry is useful is if people USE IT find you. Most landmen do just fine using only the courthouse records, but in cases where they hit a brick wall locating someone there, many of them do actually look in this Registry in case the person they're looking for has submitted their heirship and contact info there. Hope this helps you out.

Frederick M. "Mick" Scott CMM RPL

The Mineral Hubhttp://www.mineralhub.com [email protected]
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