In rich detail, the Treatise examines the evolution of the mineral lease under the civil law that prevails in Louisiana; the contours and various attributes of the lease relationship; the statutory laws that regulate it, as well as the clauses (both customary and special) contained in the mineral lease forms used in Louisiana.
Additionally, the Treatise analyzes the types and kinds of mineral lease; transfers of the lease contract, as well as security interests in the mineral lease, and remedies for the breach of the lease.
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Ottinger has practiced oil and gas law in Lafayette, Louisiana, for more than 42 years, and, for two decades, has taught the courses in mineral rights and oil and gas law, as an adjunct professor of law at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU. He is a frequent speaker at seminars on oil and gas topics, and is the author of course materials on the course in Mineral Rights, used at three law schools in Louisiana.
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