Quiet Title Workshop (Retired)

$0.00

A quiet title action is an equitable proceeding whose purpose is to establish “superiority of title in property.” This course will address some of the fundamental issues that can often arise in such proceedings. Because each state’s laws are different, the course will highlight conceptual issues and practical considerations associated with quiet title actions no matter where one practices in the United States. Selective state laws and the Federal Rules of Evidence and Procedure will be relied on to illustrate some matters.

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Event Details

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

General Credits

0

Course Description

A quiet title action is an equitable proceeding whose purpose is to establish “superiority of title in property.” This course will address some of the fundamental issues that can often arise in such proceedings. Because each state’s laws are different, the course will highlight conceptual issues and practical considerations associated with quiet title actions no matter where one practices in the United States. Selective state laws and the Federal Rules of Evidence and Procedure will be relied on to illustrate some matters.

Syllabus

  1. The Right Tool for the Right Job?
  2. Drafting the Complaint: Required Homework
  3. Service of Process: Due Process Time-Bomb
  4. Peculiar Evidentiary Issues
  5. Procedural Traps
  6. Drafting & Recording Final Judgments
  7. Appellate Issues

Instructor

Rick Alembik, Esq.

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