Suit To Quiet Title

Business / Real Estate / Suit To Quiet Title: A court action intended to establish or settle the title to a particular property, especially when there is a cloud on the title.

Other Words for Quiet

Quiet Adjective Synonyms: still, serene, silent, peaceful, unperturbed, calm, tranquil, placid, pacific, smooth, mild, restful, unagitated
Quiet Adverb Synonyms: silent, soundless, noiseless, hushed, still

Other Words for Suit

Suit Verb Synonyms: petition, plea, request, entreaty, prayer, solicitation, application, appeal, supplication, courtship
Suit Noun Synonyms: adapt, accommodate, fit, adjust, tailor, make appropriate or suitable
Suit Adjective Synonyms: jacket and trousers or skirt, outfit, uniform, ensemble, costume, habit, garb, clothing, clothes, livery

Other Words for Title

Title Noun Synonyms: caption, inscription, headline, head, subtitle, legend, subhead, rubric
Title Adjective Synonyms: name

Cloud On Title

Business / Finance / Cloud On Title: Applies to derivative products. Buy or sell transaction that eliminates an existing position (selling a long option or buying back a short option). Antithesis of opening transaction. MORE

Quarter Stock

Business / Finance / Quarter Stock: Stock with a par value of $25 per share. MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Quarto: A term from early bookmaking. When a single, large sheet is folded once to create two leaves (four pages counting the front and back), and then bound together, the resulting text is called a folio. If MORE


Health / Massage / Quantum-Touch: This hands-on healing method offers spontaneous adjusting of proper alignment of the body. Principles behind Quantum-Touch involve resonance, intention, attention, breath, and innate body intelligence MORE

Qualifying Stock Option

Business / Finance / Qualifying Stock Option: A benefit granted by a corporation that allows employees to purchase shares at a discount price. MORE

Q Ratio Or Tobins Q Ratio

Business / Finance / Q Ratio Or Tobins Q Ratio: Market value of a firm's assets divided by replacement value of the firm's assets. Named after James Tobin of Yale University. MORE