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Monday, June 10, 2013

Court Rules Mostly in Favor of Chesapeake in PA Trespassing Case

From the Penn State Marcellus Shale Law Blog:
Defendant and Plaintiff, disagreed on the location of the well, and Defendant chose a location against the owner’s requests that damaged the Plaintiff’s surface property. Defendant, via its sub-contractor, utilized stone, fill, rock, trees and mulch on the Club’s property to construct the access roads to the pad, without permission of the owner. The court dismissed the trespass claim because the lease granted Defendant a right of entry to the Plaintiff’s land, an absolute defense to trespass.
Read the rest of the summary of the case and ruling here.

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