Investments glossary

Quiet Title Action

A quiet title action, also known as an action of quiet title, is a circuit court action—or lawsuit—that is filed with the intended purpose to establish or settle the title to a property. They are particularly prevalent in cases where there is a disagreement on the title. The lawsuit is meant to remove, or “quiet,” a claim or objection to a title.

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