Quiet Title

Quiet title involves the bringing of a lawsuit in the appropriate court in order to establish a person’s right to real property (or, less frequently, personal property that is subject to titling) by “quieting” the title by settling and thereby removing “clouds” on – being challenges or claims to – title.  Quite title actions typically arise when the “chain of title” is defective, such as a missing deed or a lien that is improperly placed on the property.

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