Real property boundaries are much more than fences, walls, ditches, streams, roads or property lines drawn on maps 


kim coltonBy Kim Colton

Property boundaries have multiple markers, but those markers don’t always appear on top of the ground. The surface of any parcel may be owned separately from minerals under the surface. And minerals can be owned separately from each other and in multiple variations. Mineral ownership includes the right to extract those minerals.

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