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Quiet Title Action

A Quiet Title Action is a lawsuit to have the court declare all liens and encumbrances – especially a Mortgage – to be void and of no legal effect and to wipe out the lien or Mortgage from the county clerk’s records.  The Quiet Title Action clears all “clouds” on title away.  A Quiet Title Action to wipe out a Mortgage cannot properly be commenced while a mortgage foreclosure action is pending.  But once the mortgage foreclosure action is dismissed or discontinued, a Quiet Title Action may be commenced.  A Quiet Title Action where I successfully moved to wipe out the relevant Mortgage based upon the expiration of the statute of limitations is listed below:
Slone v. HSBC USA Nat. Assoc., Nassau Supreme #617394/2019