SEC. 29-1-135. Lien of state.
The state shall have a lien on all oil, gas, or other minerals produced from any land owned by it or in which it has any interest, and this lien shall exist and continue against such oil, gas, or other minerals when in the hands of the first owner after severance, the producer, lessee, or transporter. If any of said parties fail to make provision for the payment of the sums due the state, they shall be personally liable, individually and severally, to the state for all sums lawfully due to it.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 4078-06; Laws, 1950, ch. 560, Sec. 7.