Owner Relations

Should you have a change in ownership or a change in status of your interest(s), we may require documentation to effect the change. Please review these common circumstances and their respective forms, but note that certain jurisdictions may have differing legal requirements, and in certain circumstances we may require documentation in addition to or in lieu of the documentation listed below.

Please submit all changes in writing to:
Pendragon Oil Co.
Attn: Division Orders
309 West 7th Street, Suite 500
Fort Worth, Texas 76102

Name or Address Change

Circumstance Please Submit
Address or Bank Change Change request in writing with your signature
Individual Name Change Due to Marriage, Divorce, etc. Marriage certificate, divorce decree reinstating maiden name, or other document affecting name change
Company or Corporation Name Change Certificate of name change including tax ID
Company or Corporation Name Change Due to a Merger Certificate of merger including tax ID
Appointment of Attorney-in-Fact Copy of power of attorney

Sale Or Ownership Change Due To Divorce

Circumstance Please Submit
Sale of an Interest Conveyance filed of record in the county/parish in which the property is located
Ownership Change Due to Divorce Complete divorce decree including settlement agreement, recorded conveyances (if appropriate)

Trust Or Partnership Changes

Circumstance Please Submit
Trust or Partnership is Created Trust or partnership agreement and recorded document conveying the interest in a property to a trust or partnership
Trust or Partnership is Terminated Dissolution of trust or partnership and, if appropriate, recorded conveyances to beneficiary
Changes in Trustee Instrument whereby the successor trustee was appointed

Death Of Joint Tenant

Circumstance Please Submit
Joint Tenancy and One Dies Death certificate of joint tenant

Estate Proceedings

Circumstance Please Submit
Owner died with a Will (testate) and probate proceedings are to be conducted in the state where the property is located
  1. Death certificate
  2. Order admitting will to Probate
  3. Letters testamentary
  4. Last will and testament
  5. Final decree of distribution or judgment of possession
Owner died with a Will (testate) and probate proceedings are to be conducted in a state other than the state where the property is located
  1. Death certificate proceedings
  2. Last will and testament
  3. Letters testamentary
  4. Order admitting will to Probate
  5. Final decree of distribution or judgment of possession
  6. Documentation of ancillary probate proceedings opened in all affected states or affidavit of heirship
Owner died without a Will (intestate) Laws of descent and distribution will apply as relevant
  1. Death certificate
  2. Letters of administration
  3. Affidavit of heirship
  4. Life tenant’s death certificate
  5. Name and addresses of remaindermen

Bankruptcies

Circumstance Please Submit
Chapter 11 Plan of reorganization
Chapter 7 Recorded conveyance (as appropriate) and an order naming trustee of bankruptcy estate