Fambrough No. 2026, Tierra Grande reprint, 5pp (4/3/2013)
Figuring out who owns mineral rights in Far West Texas is tough. It requires, among other things, a history lesson, some seriously weighty reading of old laws and interpretations of what constitutes a mineral. Even attorneys are left scratching their heads.
Fambrough No. 866, Technical report, 134pp (Revised 10/22/2012)
This report explains in everyday language the sections of the Texas Property Code dealing with a residential landlord's responsibility and liability for repairs, evictions, security deposits, smoke alarms and utility cutoffs.
Fambrough No. 570, Technical report, 17pp (Revised 2/16/2012)
Declines in revenues from agriculture and petroleum give added importance to income generated by lease hunting. This easy-to-read report offers hunters and landowners suggestions for avoiding misunderstandings common in lease agreements.
Fambrough No. 1548, Tierra Grande reprint, (1/18/2012)
Effective Jan. 1, 2002, new rules govern how Texas property owner associations conduct business. The rules are designed to eliminate much of the criticism and charges leveled at POAs regarding rule enforcement, collecting attorney fees and foreclosures.
Fambrough No. 1982, Tierra Grande reprint, 3pp (10/20/2011)
Things get complicated when mineral reservations spelled out in earnest money contracts are mistakenly omitted from deeds. If such errors cannot be resolved cordially, sellers and buyers are at the mercy of the statute of frauds, the merger doctrine and the statute of limitations.