I was just kidding.
No bigee. I think a lawyer would charge several thousand to do an entire lease. But just to look over a bit of minor paperwork the charge should be a lot less.
The disconnect from reality after five years of facing-off and fracin' around in this arena is astonishing. There is no such thing as "a bit of minor paperwork" in this theater of operations when it comes to anything affecting one's lease rights and legal position thereunder.
You don't have to execute either one. Based on what was originally posted, the proposed ratification is potentially problematical. While the affidavit of possession is desireable from the company's perpective, it is unnecesary and not obligatory from your end. Verbal representations
concerning future pooling into a production unit are legally worthless and cannot be relied upon if they do not
to come to pass and you end up being disappointed.