We are title experts. We specialize in tax deed and tax sale litigation but are experienced in quiet titles covering an array of title issues. This experience has given our team a unique and unparalleled understanding of all issues that arise in title complications such as competing ownership claims, boundary line disputes, legal description defects, issues arising from unprobated estates, adverse possession disputes, and reforming title. We have the resources and experience needed to help you develop and pursue legal strategies that align the law with a sound business decision.
We also consult with developers and investors regularly assisting them in all matters of real estate ownership, acquisition, and sale.
Some recent appellate work includes:
IGLESIA DEL DIOS VIVO COLUMNA Y APOYO DE LA VERDAD LA LUZ DEL MUNDO, INC. v. DOWNING
321 Ga. App. 778 (2013)
The Georgia Court of Appeals ruled that a Tax Commissioner cannot collect subsequent years’ taxes from the excess funds generated by a tax sale.
VCARE, LLC v. FIVE DIAMONDS, LLC et al.
796 S.E.2d 95 (2015)
The Georgia Supreme Court affirmed the trial court’s ruling that a key was sufficient to describe property, that a tax deed properly named the owner of record as of January 1st of the subject tax year, and affirming the form of a judicial foreclosure deed.
LAND USA, LLC v. GEORGIA POWER COMPANY
The Georgia Supreme Court ruled that Georgia Power’s easement, acquired after a tax sale, did not survive foreclosure of the right to redeem when neither Georgia Power nor the grantee of the easement redeemed the property.
We are experienced in:
- Quiet Titles
- Curative Title Litigation
- Boundary Line Disputes
- Adverse Possession
- Tax Deed Foreclosure and related litigation
- Security Deed Foreclosure
- Tax Appeals
- Development Consulting
- Appellate Work
- Contract Litigation