Kevin Brodehl, of Patton Sullivan Brodehl LLP, has made available for download his article, “Quieting Title After a Failed Deed in Contemplation of Marriage,” published in JDSUPRA. The article, which discusses Reuter v. MACAL, Cal: Court of Appeal, 2nd Appellate Dist., 5th Div. 2020, begins as follows:
Claims for quieting title to real property can be governed by different statutes of limitations periods. But a common issue in quiet title cases is when the statute of limitations period starts running…
A case recently published by California’s Second Appellate District — Reuter v. Macal — addresses similar issues in the context of a claim for quiet title after a failed deed given as a gift in contemplation of marriage under Civil Code section 1590.
To download the full opinion, click here: Reuter v. MACAL, Cal: Court of Appeal, 2nd Appellate Dist., 5th Div. 2020
To view the full article, click here: “Quieting Title After a Failed Deed in Contemplation of Marriage”
Posted by Elise Kim, Managing Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.