CCP 3665     

Art. 3665.  When mineral right owner may assert possessory action

If the owner of a mineral right possesses his right by use or exercise according to its nature, he becomes entitled one year and a day from the date of commencement of his possession to assert the possessory action.  Thereafter, if there has been no adverse possession sufficient to include mineral rights, his right to assert the possessory action continues for one year from the date on which his right to bring the action matured or from the last day on which he was in possession of his right by use or exercise thereof, whichever is later.

Added by Acts 1974, No. 547, §2, eff. Jan. 1, 1975.