MCL - Act 200 of 1945


Act 200 of 1945

AN ACT to define a marketable record title to an interest in land; to require the filing of notices of claim of interest in such land in certain cases within a definite period of time and to require the recording thereof; to make invalid and of no force or effect all claims with respect to the land affected thereby where no such notices of claim of interest are filed within the required period; to provide for certain penalties for filing slanderous notices of claim of interest, and to provide certain exceptions to the applicability and operation thereof.

History: 1945, Act 200, Eff. Sept. 6, 1945

The People of the State of Michigan enact:
Document Type Description
Section 565.101 Section Marketable record title.
Section 565.101a Section “Mineral interest” defined.
Section 565.102 Section Unbroken chain of title to interest in land; conditions.
Section 565.103 Section Marketable record title; successors in interest; notice of claims; filing for record.
Section 565.104 Section Marketable record title; failure to file notice not to bar right to possession; applicability to government property or oil and gas interests.
Section 565.105 Section Notice of claim to contain land description; requirements; recording, fees, indexing.
Section 565.106 Section Construction of act; purpose; extinguishment of claim.
Section 565.107 Section Limitations of actions.
Section 565.108 Section Filing slanderous notices of claims; costs awarded to plaintiff.
Section 565.109 Section Repealed. 2018, Act 572, Eff. Mar. 29, 2019.