Hollywood, FL asked in Real Estate Law and Land Use & Zoning for Idaho

Q: I need to file a Proposed Judgment for Quiet Title (in Idaho); Can't find a template or example. Can you help me find 1?

Seeking Quiet Title for a piece of property I own in St. Maries, ID. Everything has been filed, accepted, processed, adjudicated upon & a Default Judgment has been granted..but it is incumbent upon me to file a 'Proposed Judgment of Quiet Title'. I can't find an example of such a document anywhere....can you help me find one, or provide a suitable template for that, please?

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Anthony M. Avery
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  • Knoxville, TN

A: You will need a competent ID attorney to draft that proposed Order. Remember the Order is adjudicating Title to real property. It is permanent and must be perfect. And every cloud on titles is different. If you do it yourself, and probably mess up, it is another cloud on the title you are trying to clear. Many Judges know very little about Titles and will sign almost anything, leaving you to your own problems. It appears you have prevailed so far, but do not mess up the most important thing which you are trying to achieve.

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