George O.

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Houston, Texas

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August 23, 2021
A: Good morning - I do these daily and can walk you through the process.
August 23, 2021
A: I started my career with Exxon Mobil, and have served as general counsel for two small E&P companies. I have extensive experience in all facets of the E&P process, including leasing, owner relations, joint ventures, JOAs, and master service agreements.
May 12, 2021
A: Yes! Before signing any contract/agreement/lease, or anything that appears to be a binding agreement, it is worth the money to have a lawyer review it. I charge a flat fee to review any and all agreements, so my clients know up front what they are paying, and they consider it a cost of doing business. The alternative, i.e. not having a lawyer review your agreements prior to signing, can be, and usually is, exponentially more expensive should a conflict arise (and they often do).
May 12, 2021
A: A triple net lease designates the tenant (lessee) as having the sole responsibility for any and all costs associated to the asset being leased in the agreement, with those costs being the net real estate taxes on the leased asset, net building insurance, and net common area maintenance. The lease received its name from the three “net” fees and may also be called a Net-Net-Net Lease.