PLM Certificate Program: Module 2 of 6 - Title: Chaining, Interpretating, and Curing Title - New Students
Module 2 of 6: Course G111133Q is for NEW Students who have NOT taken other modules.
Includes $50 manual (AAPL Land Reference Guide) If you plan to register for additional modules, the $50 materials fee is a one-time charge
The best way to learn is by doing and in Module 2, students learn to chain title to ensure leases are acquired from the true mineral owner. This critical skill will be presented by webinar and reinforced through a hands-on experience via a self-directed field trip to the local county courthouse. There students will learn to chain title using run-sheets, abstract books, official public records, mineral ownership reports and the internet. The course will also emphasize various title issues such as the interests of deceased parties, different types of conveyance instruments, and curing title. Don't just hear a lecture about chaining title – do it yourself through this important module!
Alyce Boudreaux Hoge is an attorney, a Certified Division Order Analyst and a Certified Professional Lease and Title Analyst. She was admitted to the State Bars of Texas and Louisiana and has over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Alyce received her Bachelor of Arts in History at Centenary College of Louisiana. She received her Juris Doctorate from Louisiana State University Law School.
In 2006, Alyce founded Land Training, a company dedicated to meeting the training needs of attorneys and land professionals. Her seminars, innovative 'live' webinars and free online calculations tutorials (see www.landtraining.net) are cutting edge in the industry. She is also a popular guest speaker at local and national conferences of the National Association of Division Order Analysts (NADOA), National Association of Lease and Title Analyst and the AAPL.
Alyce is the instructor for the Online Professional Land Management Certificate Program offered through Midland College PPDC. She has also taught at the University of Texas – PETEX and at Lone Star Corporate College in Houston, Texas. In addition, Alyce is a recognized expert witness in royalty valuation cases. Her speaking style is described as "humorous and informative" and Alyce is fond of saying she gives "Legal Advice with Cajun spice." Come see why many consider her training to be the BEST in the industry!
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|G111133Q||Mar 3 - 31||8:00 am - 10:00 pm|
|Registered: 0||Registration Deadline - March 3rd - Noon!||12.0 Hours|