Statute of Limitations for Quiet Title Cases

Quieting title is the process under which a party, typically the owner of real property, seeks to have the court declare the ownership interest in the property.  For example, an owner of real property may discover, after obtaining a preliminary title report or reviewing record title, that an old lien is recorded on the property. If the beneficiary of the lien cannot be located or refuses to clear title, then the owner of the property can bring an action to quiet title.

These types of quiet title actions do not have a statute of limitations.  In other words, the owner of the property can seek to quiet title to the lien on title at any point in time.

At Schorr Law we often litigate quiet title issues and know the ins and outs on how to best position your case for success.  For more information about a free consultation, contact us at (310) 954-1877, or by filling out the contact box.