Holland Services is currently seeking examiners to join our team! In this position, you will research mineral and surface title and make determination regarding the current ownership. Utilizing online tools, databases, state regulatory agencies, local tax authorities and court records, the abstractor prepares an abstract of title. A qualified candidate must be able to adhere to client requirements, produce accurate document evaluation and be able to work in an environment with tight deadlines and high performance expectations.
The Due Diligence Agent’s primary function is to verify record title of various oil and gas assets while simultaneously ensuring that a Seller has the ability to transfer those assets unencumbered and in a manner consistent with a negotiated sales agreement. The Agent utilizes various websites and title search software, along with unfiled records located in the Seller’s office to reach their conclusions. Must have a thorough understanding of title, leasing and payment responsibilities of an operator through all stages of oil and gas development, and is responsible for making a determination as to what does or does not constitute a “defect” as that term is defined in the sales agreement. Agent must be able to operate in an environment with tight deadlines and strict standards.