Minerals Sample Clauses

Minerals. Without the prior written consent of Huntington, there shall be no drilling or exploring for, or extraction, removal, or production of, minerals from the surface or subsurface of the Property. The term "minerals" as used herein shall include, without limitation, oil, gas, casinghead gas, coal, lignite, hydrocarbons, methane, carbon dioxide, helium, uranium and all other natural elements, compounds and substances, including sand and gravel.
Minerals. Borrower shall not permit any drilling or exploration for or extraction, removal or production of any mineral, natural element, compound or substance from the surface or subsurface of the Property regardless of the depth thereof or the method of mining or extraction thereof.
Minerals. All minerals, crops, timber, trees, shrubs, flowers and landscaping features now or hereafter located on, under or above Land;
Minerals. Minerals, whether singular or plural, shall mean any and all mineral substances of any nature, metallic or non-metallic, including, but not limited to, molybdenite. The term Minerals shall not include oil, gas, or other liquid or gaseous hydrocarbon substances, or sand, gravel, aggregates or building stone.
Minerals. Nothing in this Lease confers upon the Tenant the right to minerals underlying the Property.
Minerals. Seller is not reserving any interest with respect to Minerals. The Property acquired by Buyer pursuant to this Agreement will include Seller’s interest, if any, with respect to Minerals; provided, however: (a) no promise, representation or warranty is or will be made as to the existence of any Minerals or the nature or extent of Seller’s interest therein; (b) the Real Estate shall be conveyed to Buyer subject to any outstanding reservations, severances and/or other rights with respect to Minerals; and (c) Seller has no obligation to provide any title insurance or other title evidence with respect to Minerals. “Minerals” refers to oil, gas and other minerals under the surface of and/or that may be produced from the land included with the Purchased Tracts and all rights appurtenant thereto.
Minerals. All minerals, including sand and gravel, contained in or on the Leased Premises are reserved for the use of Lessor. Lessor also reserves the right to enter upon the Leased Premises and search for and remove minerals located thereon, paying just compensation for any damage or injury caused to Lessee’s personal property or any improvements constructed by Lessee.
Minerals. This Lease confers no vested interest, right or title to any minerals including sand, gravel, or building stone material within the Leased Premises. However, moving dirt, sand, gravel, rock or building stone for the purposes of developing and improving the Leased Premises in accordance with the Plans and Specifications shall not be construed as mining.