SB 374, 54th R.S. history

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SB 374, 54th R.S.
Relating to providing that any oil, gas and mineral lease, or oil and gas lease, heretofore granted for a valid consideration by any city, including home rule cities, town, village, county or any of the following political subdivisions of this state: water control and improvement districts, water control and preservation districts, water control districts, water improvement districts, water power control districts, water supply districts, or irrigation districts, shall not be cancelled or held void or voidable because the lessor in any such lease or leases has failed to give notice by newspaper published in the county in which the leased lands are located of the intention to grant any such oil, gas and mineral lease, or oil and gas lease, on lands belonging to such lessor, stating the time and place where bid of such leases were to have been received.

Author: Rogers Kelley

Session Law Chapter:
Acts 1955, 54th R.S.,ch. 280, General and Special Laws of Texas

Mines & Mineral Resources
Oil & Gas
Political Subdivisions

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