Thank you, friend.
To quiet property, one needs to file a petition with the court
for this. It is a judicial action. The petition is known as a Complaint to Quiet Title
, or, Complaint to Confirm Title
(does not really matter, the two are interchangeable for all intents and purposes).
There is no "form" for this, and it has to be drafted from scratch. However, one may find a sample online (let me know if you need one).
The quiet action complaint is a lawsuit. When one files it, they serve all the other parties that may claim title. Then, the Court considers the argument and if the Court is convinced, a judgment giving clear title is granted. That clear title judgment is recorded with the deed records of the county and is seen as removing any cloud (ambiguity) from chain of title
and giving one free and clear title from hereon out.
I hope this helps and clarifies. Good luck.
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