A quiet title action refers to litigation to establish a party’s title ownership of real estate or other personal property to “quiet” all legal challenges to property ownership.
Quiet title disputes can arise in a number of ways. There may have been a problem with an old mortgage, an unrecorded easement or with an improper real estate transaction. Disputes can also arise when a piece of real estate is not accurately described, leaving doubt as to the ownership of certain portions of land. In these cases, quiet title actions can be used to remove any challenges or opposing claims to the property, leaving the plaintiff with a clean title.
The attorneys at Galloway and Collens, PLLC, have extensive experience with quiet title actions in Michigan. If you own or have an interest in a disputed property, call our law firm at 248-284-1990 to schedule a consultation.
Litigation To End Opposing Claims To Your Property
Quiet title actions are part of a general class of litigation referred to as try title actions. You may have also heard them referred to as trespass to try title actions or ejection actions. Each is slightly different, but they are basically classified under a similar umbrella of legal actions.
If you are seeking to pursue a quiet title action or need to challenge a title action for real estate in the Detroit metropolitan area or any court jurisdiction in eastern Michigan, call a real estate litigation attorney at Galloway and Collens, PLLC, in Huntington Woods. We are a team of experienced real estate litigation attorneys with more than 40 combined years of experience. Since opening our firm more than 10 years ago, we have become recognized as a premier real estate law firm serving the needs of property owners, investors and licensed professionals throughout the Detroit metropolitan area.