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Don´t know exactely if this will help, but you do not necessarily must use "JOIN" to get data out of several tables. You can define the connection between two or more tables in the "Where" clause. In your case it would look something like this:

SELECT TRACTS.LEASE_NAME, LEASES.L_NAME, LEASES.F_NAME1, LEASES.F_NAME2 FROM TRACTS, LEASES
WHERE TRACTS.LEASE_NAME=LEASES.L_NAME AND TRACTS.FEATURE_ID = '"&[FEATURE_ID]&"'
ORDER BY LEASE_NAME ASC"

You will receive 1 recordset with all needed data.
There is one little blemish within that kind of SQL. To connect several tables by a "JOIN" statement works quicker than only using the "Where" clause because "JOIN" is an optimized procedure. But in Your case that doesn´t matter!
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