William F. Chatlos and Alice Chatlos v. Ronald Mcpherson
1957.FL.40316; 95 SO. 2D 506
Division A. Supreme Court of Florida
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Appellee, McPherson, filed a complaint to quiet the title to a number of lots. Appellants, Chatlos, were among the defendants. Chatlos filed a cross-complaint asking that his title to Lot 8, Block 51, be quieted. The deraignment of the title of the respective parties is important. On December 16, 1925, Florida Cities Finance Company conveyed said Lot 8 to one Marley. The deed was not recorded until December 15, 1927. By deed recorded April 16, 1945, Marley conveyed to McPherson. Chatlos deraigns his title through a sheriffs deed. On the basis of prior judgments recovered against Florida Cities Finance Company execution was issued on June 16, 1926. A sheriffs deed, based on this execution and pursuant to notice of sale, was issued to a predecessor in the Chatlos title by deed recorded December 18, 1944. Chatlos acquired the title through subsequent conveyances. The significant dates are those relating to the date of the recording of the deed to Marley, which was December 15, 1927, as against the date of the execution based on prior judgments, which was June 16, 1926. A judgment had been recorded on May 24, 1926.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 29 May 1957
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 6 Pages
- Language: English