Osage Form G "Osage Mining Leases Collective Bond"

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Form G
UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
OSAGE MINING LEASES COLLECTIVE BOND
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT, That we,
of
_____,
as principal
, and
of
as surety , are held and firmly bound unto the United States of
America in the sum of Fifty thousand
$50,000.00
Dollars, lawful money of the United States, for
the payment of which, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our heirs,
successors, executors, administrators, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these present.
Sealed with our seals and dated this
day of
, 20
The condition of this obligation is such that whereas the said
, principal, as lessee, heretofore or may hereafter enter into oil mining leases with the
Osage Tribe in Oklahoma, as lessor, of various dates and periods of duration, covering the lands described in
such leases, which leases have been or may hereafter be approved by the Secretary of the Interior or his
authorized representative and the identification of which herein is expressly waived by both principal ... and
suret _y_ hereto.
WHEREAS the principal and surety agree that the coverage of this bond shall extend to and include all
extensions and renewals of leases covered by this bond, such coverage to continue without any interruption due
to the expiration of the term set forth therein.
WHEREAS the surety hereby waives any right to notice of any modification of such lease, or permit, or
obligation thereunder, whether effected by extension of time for performance, by commitment of such lease to
unit, cooperative, or communitization agreement, by waiver, suspension, or change in rental, except an increase
thereof, by minimum royalty payment, except an increase thereof, by compensatory royalty payment, or
otherwise, this bond to remain in full force and effect notwithstanding.
WHEREAS the principal and surety agree that the neglect or forbearance of the oblige-lessor in
enforcing the payment of any rental or royalty or the performance of any other covenant, condition, or
agreement of the lease, shall not, in any way release the principal and surety, or either of them, from any
liability under this bond; and
WHEREAS the principal …and surety agree that in the event of any default under such lease, the
oblige-lessor may commence and prosecute any claim, suit, action, or other proceeding against the principal
or surety, or either of them, without the necessity of joining the other.
Now, if the said principal herein shall faithfully carry out and observe all the obligations assumed in said
leases to which he, she or it, is now or may hereafter become a party and shall observe all the laws of the United
States and regulations made, or which shall be made, thereunder, for the government of trade and intercourse
with Indian tribes and all the rules and regulations that have been, or shall hereafter be, lawfully prescribed by
Form G
UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
OSAGE MINING LEASES COLLECTIVE BOND
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT, That we,
of
_____,
as principal
, and
of
as surety , are held and firmly bound unto the United States of
America in the sum of Fifty thousand
$50,000.00
Dollars, lawful money of the United States, for
the payment of which, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of our heirs,
successors, executors, administrators, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these present.
Sealed with our seals and dated this
day of
, 20
The condition of this obligation is such that whereas the said
, principal, as lessee, heretofore or may hereafter enter into oil mining leases with the
Osage Tribe in Oklahoma, as lessor, of various dates and periods of duration, covering the lands described in
such leases, which leases have been or may hereafter be approved by the Secretary of the Interior or his
authorized representative and the identification of which herein is expressly waived by both principal ... and
suret _y_ hereto.
WHEREAS the principal and surety agree that the coverage of this bond shall extend to and include all
extensions and renewals of leases covered by this bond, such coverage to continue without any interruption due
to the expiration of the term set forth therein.
WHEREAS the surety hereby waives any right to notice of any modification of such lease, or permit, or
obligation thereunder, whether effected by extension of time for performance, by commitment of such lease to
unit, cooperative, or communitization agreement, by waiver, suspension, or change in rental, except an increase
thereof, by minimum royalty payment, except an increase thereof, by compensatory royalty payment, or
otherwise, this bond to remain in full force and effect notwithstanding.
WHEREAS the principal and surety agree that the neglect or forbearance of the oblige-lessor in
enforcing the payment of any rental or royalty or the performance of any other covenant, condition, or
agreement of the lease, shall not, in any way release the principal and surety, or either of them, from any
liability under this bond; and
WHEREAS the principal …and surety agree that in the event of any default under such lease, the
oblige-lessor may commence and prosecute any claim, suit, action, or other proceeding against the principal
or surety, or either of them, without the necessity of joining the other.
Now, if the said principal herein shall faithfully carry out and observe all the obligations assumed in said
leases to which he, she or it, is now or may hereafter become a party and shall observe all the laws of the United
States and regulations made, or which shall be made, thereunder, for the government of trade and intercourse
with Indian tribes and all the rules and regulations that have been, or shall hereafter be, lawfully prescribed by
the Secretary of the Interior to such oil mining leases and to the development thereof, and shall in all particulars
comply with the provisions of said leases, rules, and regulations, then this obligation shall be null and void;
otherwise to remain in full force and effect.
The rate of premium charged on this bond is $
___; the total premium paid is $
Signed and sealed in the presence of -
WITNESSES: (Two witnesses to all signatures)
P. O.
as to
(SEAL)
P. O.
P. O.
as to
(SEAL)
P. O.
P. O.
as to
(SEAL)
Signature, Attorney – in - Fact
P.O.
P. O.
as to
(SEAL)
P.O.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
OSAGE AGENCY
PAWHUSKA, OKLAHOMA
The within bond is hereby approved pursuant to authority delegated by 25 CFR 226.9
Approved:
Under authority delegated by: 209 DM 8, 230 DM
1, 3 IAM 4.1 and Muskogee Area Addendum 9901
to 3 IAM 4 issued June 22, 1999.
Superintendent
SAMPLE
Form G
October 1956
UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
OSAGE MINING LEASES COLLECTIVE BOND
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENT, That we,
Person or company as Principal
of
Address
_____,
as principal
, and
Insurance Company Name
of
City, State
as surety , are held and firmly bound unto the United
States of America in the sum of Fifty thousand
$50,000.00
Dollars, lawful money of the United
States, for the payment of which, well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and each of us, our and each of
our heirs, successors, executors, administrators, and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these present.
Sealed with our seals and dated this
day of
Date must be provided
, 20
The condition of this obligation is such that whereas the said
Person or company name
, principal ..., as lessee ..., ha…heretofore or may hereafter enter into oil mining
leases with the Osage Tribe in Oklahoma, as lessor, of various dates and periods of duration, covering the lands
described in such leases, which leases have been or may hereafter be approved by the Secretary of the Interior
or his authorized representative and the identification of which herein is expressly waived by both principal ...
and suret _y_ hereto.
WHEREAS the principal .and surety agree that the coverage of this bond shall extend to and include all
extensions and renewals of leases covered by this bond, such coverage to continue without any interruption due
to the expiration of the term set forth therein.
WHEREAS the surety hereby waives any right to notice of any modification of such lease, or permit, or
obligation thereunder, whether effected by extension of time for performance, by commitment of such lease to
unit, cooperative, or communitization agreement, by waiver, suspension, or change in rental, except an increase
thereof, by minimum royalty payment, except an increase thereof, by compensatory royalty payment, or
otherwise, this bond to remain in full force and effect notwithstanding.
WHEREAS the principal and surety agree that the neglect or forbearance of the oblige-lessor in
enforcing the payment of any rental or royalty or the performance of any other covenant, condition, or
agreement of the lease, shall not, in any way release the principal and surety, or either of them, from any
liability under this bond; and
WHEREAS the principal and surety agree that in the event of any default under such lease, the oblige-
lessor may commence and prosecute any claim, suit, action, or other proceeding against the principal or surety,
or either of them, without the necessity of joining the other.
Now, if the said principal herein shall faithfully carry out and observe all the obligations assumed in said
leases to which he, she or it, is now or may hereafter become a party and shall observe all the laws of the United
States and regulations made, or which shall be made, thereunder, for the government of trade and intercourse
with Indian tribes and all the rules and regulations that have been, or shall hereafter be, lawfully prescribed by
the Secretary of the Interior to such oil mining leases and to the development thereof, and shall in all particulars
comply with the provisions of said leases, rules, and regulations, then this obligation shall be null and void;
otherwise to remain in full force and effect.
The rate of premium charged on this bond is $
___; the total premium paid is $
Signed and sealed in the presence of -
WITNESSES: (Two witnesses to all signatures)
Signature of principal. If corporation, corporate
Secretary should sign and affix corporate seal.
P. O.
as to
(SEAL)
P. O.
P. O.
as to
(SEAL)
P. O.
P. O.
as to
Insurance Company
(SEAL)
Signature, Attorney – in - Fact
P.O.
P. O.
as to
(SEAL)
P.O.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
OSAGE AGENCY
PAWHUSKA, OKLAHOMA
The within bond is hereby approved pursuant to authority delegated by 25 CFR 226.9
Approved:
Under authority delegated by: 209 DM 8, 230 DM
1, 3 IAM 4.1 and Muskogee Area Addendum 9901
to 3 IAM 4 issued June 22, 1999.
Superintendent
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