Category: Quia Timet Against All the World

Sovereign Immunity applies to Conventional Quiet Title For Now

In the case of TDGA LLC v CBIRA, LLC, 298 Ga. 510, 512 (2016), the Georgia Supreme Court held that “the State and its agencies are immune from suit under OCGA § 23–3–40” which is the conventional quiet title procedure.

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A Quia Timet Plaintiff must show either record title or prescriptive title

In a Georgia action for Quia Timet Against All the World, the petitioner must be able to show either that they have current record title, or that they have current prescriptive title.  But a mere expectancy is not enough. In

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