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Palamarg Realty Company v. Rehac

80 N.J. 446 (1979)

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Palamarg Realty Company v. Rehac

New Jersey Supreme Court

80 N.J. 446 (1979)

Facts

Joseph Rehac and Alexander Piatkowski (defendants) claimed title to a tract of land in Burlington County by a 1973 deed. David Worth and Ezra Sharp (defendants) claimed title to another tract in Burlington County by a 1971 deed. Palamarg Realty Company (Palamarg) (plaintiff) brought suit to quiet title to the two tracts of land. The two tracts were originally owned by the Asbury Company. On February 12, 1913, Asbury Company conveyed the land to Appleby Estates by quitclaim deed, recorded on February 18, 1913. In 1924, Appleby Estates conveyed the property back to Asbury Company. In 1966, Asbury Company and Appleby Estates conveyed all of their properties in Burlington County to Anthony Del Tufo Agency, Inc. (Del Tufo Agency). Palamarg was the successor in title to the Del Tufo Agency. But there was another chain of title. On February 15, 1913, Asbury Company conveyed the two tracts to Robert Taylor by warranty deed, recorded on April 25, 1913. A number of conveyances then followed, culminating in the conveyances to Rehac, Piatkowski, Worth, and Sharp. The trial court ruled in these individuals’ favor, but the court of appeals reversed and granted title to the two tracts of land to Palamarg.

Rule of Law

Issue

Holding and Reasoning (Mountain, J.)

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