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(a) The following property is subject to the lien:
(1) the material, machinery, and supplies furnished or hauled by the lien claimant;
(2) the land, leasehold, oil or gas well, water well, oil or gas pipeline and its right-of-way, and lease for oil and gas purposes for which the labor was performed or material, machinery, or supplies were furnished or hauled, and the buildings and appurtenances on this property;
(3) other material, machinery, and supplies used for mineral activities and owned by the owner of the property listed in Subdivision (2); and
(4) other wells and pipelines used in operations related to oil, gas, and minerals and located on property listed in Subdivision (2).
(b) A lien created by performing labor or furnishing or hauling material, machinery, or supplies for a leaseholder does not attach to the fee title to the property.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Property Code - PROP § 56.003. Property Subject to Lien - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/property-code/prop-sect-56-003.html
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