What is an exception as it relates to mineral interests?

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An exception is a right that relates to a specific property but is held by another person who may not be a party to the contract to sell a property or a mineral interest. For example, a seller of real property may sell the property with the exception that some other person already owns one-half of the mineral interests. This other person is usually identified somewhere in the chain of title.

Source: TAR

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