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Florida Quiet Title Actions 101

When someone purchases a piece of real estate in Florida, they have “title,” which is the legal basis of property ownership. However, there are instances where a homeowner or property owner wants to sell Florida property, but are unable to do so because a title report indicates a title defect exists. A title defect shows the holder of title to the property does not have clear title because another party or parties may have an interest in the property or have clouded the title (i.e., heirs of a deceased prior owner, construction lien holders, leaseholders, etc.). Title defects may be present when you purchase tax deeds at county auctions or foreclosed properties at public auctions. The pur

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