South Florida residents who are being taken advantage of by unscrupulous entities often need quiet title
action to protect their interests.
CFLA's Quiet Title
Packages include Property Securitization Analysis, Attorney Expert Witness Affidavit, Complaint/Petition, TRO, and Lis Pendens.
One month later, the non-signing member of Company B brought an action to quiet title
Oregon Department of State Lands: Plaintiff seeks quiet title
order for .
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.
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.
The insureds filed a quiet title
action before proceeding with construction and, on successful completion of the action, sued American Title for their fees and costs in the action, plus damages for increased building costs occasioned by the delay.
Kelly, who pointed Ronnie McFall's side to victory with his first goal of the season, epitomised the quiet title
hunger that drives this Portadown side.
The trial court had dismissed the claims against the state itself as barred by the Eleventh Amendment, as well as the quiet title
action and request for declaratory relief against the state officers, and had rejected on the merits the Tribe's claims against the officers for injunctive relief.
17) The court based its ruling on its interpretation of the Supreme Court's plurality opinion in Treasure Salvors, stating that "federal courts may not hear actions to quiet title
to property, in which the state claims an interest, without the state's consent,"(18) yet "declaratory and injunctive relief against state officials to foreclose future violations of federal law is available even if that relief works to put the plaintiff in possession of property also claimed by the state.