CMDA attorneys represent individuals and companies through negotiating the resolution of title disputes prior to litigation or by filing a quiet title action in Michigan Circuit Courts. The purpose of a quiet title action is to establish superior title against adverse claims to interests in real property and insures that any other potential interest holders’ claims to real property are forever barred and extinguished. Whether addressing claims for superior title or adverse possession, CMDA attorneys protect our clients’ interests in real property. In addition, CMDA attorneys draft and record the Notice of Lis Pendens in the Register of Deeds to give notice to the public of any pending action to quiet title.
Quiet Title Actions
- Appropriate Steps to take when Collecting Assessments from Delinquent Condominium and HOA Homeowners
- Michigan Governor Encouraging the Use of Electronic Signatures, Remote Notarization and Witnessing during the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Alternative Methods to Conducting Meetings and to Limit In-Person Interactions within your Community Association during the Covid-19 Outbreak
- Recent Michigan Court of Appeals Decision Holds in Favor of Condominium Association’s Amendment of its Bylaws to Preclude Short-Term Rentals