Quiet Title Litigation
Quiet title litigation is civil litigation that removes clouds on title. This area of
litigation is highly specialized and is governed by a special master hearing the
proceedings before a judge determines ownership of a property. For fully
insurable title all tax deed properties need to have a quiet title to clear the cloud
on title created by a tax deed in the chain of title. Often boundary line disputes
require a quiet title action. Sometimes a routine transaction reveals a potentially
unresolved interest that may require a quiet title action as well.
Regardless of if you are an experienced real estate investor or individual, having
an attorney who litigates contract matters review a contract before you sign
may prevent you from needing further legal assistance after you sign. Typical
contracts include purchase and sale, leases, business agreements, contractor
agreements and any agreement with a government entity.
Sometimes there is no way to avoid going to court to protect your rights under
a contract, commission agreement, mortgage, insurance agreement or even
judgment. In that case, Phillips Law is extremely capable of handling your
matter from initial pleading to appeal.
Phillips Law LLC
4555 Mansell Road, Suite 300
Alpharetta, GA 30022
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