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Collapse Quiet Title Actions in Pennsylvania (Coudersport)

Quiet Title Actions are brought when title to real property is ambiguous. The boundaries are not clear; sellers of a house that has been passed down for generations find out they have no deed or legal title to the house — no one bothered to change the records; fraudulent conveyance of a deed by forged deed or coercion has occurred.

 

This program will cover Quiet Title issues common to all Pennsylvania courts and counties. Quiet Title matters involving gas and oil rights will not be addressed.

 

Review the typical types of problems

  • Adverse possession
  • Lease purchase
  • Mortgage satisfaction or lost mortgage, and more

 

Learn what you need to know and do when taking
of these cases

 

Know which court has jurisdiction

 

Learn the procedure

  • Service
  • Discovery
  • Motions
  • Trial

 

Ancillary issues

  • Tax
  • Foreclosure
  • Liens
  • Tangled Title Fund—how can it help?
  • Getting title insurance to insure what you now have

 

Ethics information has been integrated throughout this program. To receive ethics credit, you must attend the entire course.

 

Course Planners: Hon. Idee C. Fox, Robert S. Tintner, Esq.



9869-ml/aj

Formats Available: Video Replay
Original Product Date: October 27, 2017
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

Approved Credit:
  • PA CLE: 3.00 hours Substantive Credits, 1 hour Ethics Credits

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    Collapse Will Contests: Preparing Your Case (Coudersport)

    A will is the document that outlines a deceased person's last wishes. Wills are hard to contest, and the courts generally accept wills at face value. But there are some circumstances when this is challenged.

     

    Pick up valuable practice tips

    • What are the grounds for filing a will contest
    • How to contest the transfer of non-probate assets
    • How to evaluate the strength of a case
    • Various ways to file (along with sample forms)
    • Common issues in trial preparation
    • Written discovery
    • Finding and using medical records
    • And more!

     

    Ethics information has been integrated throughout this program. To receive ethics credit, you must attend the entire course.



    9901-cap/bh

    Formats Available: Video Replay
    Original Product Date: October 13, 2017
    On-Demand Release Date: Available Now

    Approved Credit:
  • PA CLE: 2.00 hours Substantive Credits, 1 hour Ethics Credits

  • MORE INFOMORE INFO Will Contests: Preparing Your Case (Coudersport)