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You Will Accommodate my Interests This Year

January 03, 2023 (3 min read)

A wind lease often involves thousands or tens of thousands of acres of property and substantial equipment and wind turbine machinery that may be in place for 30-50 years. But, in most jurisdictions, a wind developer’s interest in the lease property is subservient to the interests of prior mineral owners / lessees. Learn how to navigate this challenging situation on behalf of your wind lessee clients by watching our newest wind lease video.

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