Quiet Title Actions are brought when titles to real property is ambiguous. The boundaries are not clear. For instance, sellers of a house that has been passed down for generations find out they have no deed or legal title to the house or there was a fraudulent conveyance of a deed by a forged deed or coercion. Explore the typical types of problems, what you need to know when taking a quiet title case, jurisdiction issues, procedures, and ancillary issues specific to Western Pennsylvania.
Summary of ContentsAnalyzing the Applicable Law—Claims Upon Which a Quite Title Action can be Brought
Compiling Pertinent Documentation and Information on the Property and Opposing Parties
Litigating and/or Resolving Quiet Title Cases
Dealing with Utility Charges and Real Estate Taxes
City of Pittsburgh Treasurer’s Sales
Tax Claim Bureau Sales