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Non-Participating Royalty Interest | Legal Definition

A royalty interest which “participates” in any oil or gas found but does not “participate” in lease bonuses or rentals. Technically, it is an interest that participates in the gross production of minerals that have been separated from the fee estate, but does not hold executive rights.

Learn more from the full article discussing Non-Particpating Royalty Interest or NPRIs

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