action to quiet title

(redirected from Quiet title)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to Quiet title: Quiet Title Lawsuit

action to quiet title

See quiet title action.

The Complete Real Estate Encyclopedia by Denise L. Evans, JD & O. William Evans, JD. Copyright © 2007 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Calacala boys are not holders of any legal title over the property and are bereft of any equitable claim thereon, the very first requisite of an action to quiet title. The plaintiffs' predecessors-in-interest lost whatever right they had over land in question from the very moment they failed to redeem it during the redemption period.
By contrast, a quiet title action would introduce a defendant, under the county's proposal: the descendents of the Skinner family.
The Court ruled that, in order to comply with fundamental requirements of due process, 141 Funding was required to commence a judicial proceeding against Forest Glen under the NCAC to quiet title to the property.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Friday he was (http://m.thegardenisland.com/news/opinion/guest/mark-zuckerberg-and-priscilla-chan-we-are-dropping-our-quiet/article_e80fc17c-e4b1-11e6-bc5c-9308d8f880f4.html?mode=jqm) dropping lawsuits that sought to force Hawaiian families to sell their land in the legal action known as "quiet title and partition."
At closing, the company expects to receive about USD47.0m, net of funds used to repurchase assets that are to be included in the sale, with any incremental funds expected to be received upon the successful resolution of certain quiet title actions that are currently ongoing and the release of funds that will be held in escrow for a time.
Watson published a short paper in the journal Nature with a quiet title: "Molecular Structure of Nucleic Acids: A Structure for Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid."
KDOT's petition listed Richard and Angel Britt (the Britts) as interested parties, because the Britts had an ongoing quiet title action seeking to claim title to Armendariz's tract through adverse possession.
If the writer were willing to part with a few hundred dollars, a lawyer should be able provide them with a basic opinion on whether they could prevail in a quiet title action based on adverse possession, or some other claim.
(59) An adverse possessor can file a lawsuit under section 09.10.030(a) without reference to another statute, (60) such as the quiet title statute.
Nonjudicial foreclosures, she added, might replace court dockets clogged with foreclosure cases to court dockets jammed with actions to quiet title on properties foreclosed with questionable paperwork.
His real estate expertise includes construction and mechanics' lien cases, other lien enforcement and priority disputes, landlord/tenant issues, quiet title, condemnation and partition, among other areas.