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In Florida and across the U.S., property owners and those looking to buy or sell real estate are encountering title issues that impact their ability to transfer or identify title ownership. Quiet title actions, which are legal actions used to clear legal title to real property. At times the quit title actions may be the only option to resolve a title dispute or a cloud on title.

If you need help with a quiet title action in the South Florida area, Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC is here to represent your interests. Our quiet title attorneys are highly experienced in handling these actions and can assist you whether you are a buyer, seller, or property owner. Title issues can arise in any type of real estate transaction and can be the source of serious legal disputes that can jeopardize your interests and investments in real estate. Our Miami real estate attorneys are here to protect your rights and concerns.

To discuss your needs and whether a quiet title action is the right approach, call (305) 712-6097. Your initial consultation is free.

Understanding Quiet Title Lawsuits

Clear title to real estate in Florida is often necessary to convey marketable real property. At times you can accomplish clear and marketable title by filing a quiet title action in court. Quiet title actions involve notifying all interested persons of the petitioner’s claim of title. This civil lawsuit is filed in a Florida circuit court and is used by property owners to cut off or clear any other rights, claims, encumbrances or interests to title of to the property. In some cases, you may want to clear easements or other negative covenants that adjacent property owners may have on your property. If this is the case, a quiet title action can be filed to accomplish clear and marketable title. Parties that may cloud the title may include: construction lienholders, neighboring landowners, leaseholders, or deceased prior owners. As a property owner, you may find it beneficial to file a quiet title lawsuit so your title to your property is clear, definite and marketable.

To prevail in a quiet title lawsuit, you must be able to show with clarity and certainty that:

  • Your own title is valid;
  • The defendant’s claim to the title is invalid, unauthorized, or inferior; and
  • That any and all clouds on title have been cleared or settled.

Contact our Miami real estate lawyers at (305) 712-6097 today.

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