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An estate in fee simple in and to minerals and conveyance or reservatir thereof gives title to minerals in place . The prime characteristic of a mineral estate is the right to enter the land to produce and carry on production activities and constitutes a present ownership of interest in real property . See Picard v Richards, (WyoM 366 P.2d 119.

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    An estate in fee simple in and to minerals and conveyance or reservatir thereof gives title to minerals in place. The [...]




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