Duty to Restore

Duty to Restore

Definition

A lessee's express or implied duty to restore leased property to its pre-lease condition. For example, in oil and gas leases in certain states, the lessee has an implied duty to restore leased surface land, as nearly as practicable, to the same condition as the surface was in before drilling operations began.

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