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Nebraska Statutes: 25-21,112

Chapter 25:

25-21,112. Scope of relief. An action may be brought and prosecuted to final decree, judgment or order, by any person or person, whether in actual possession or not, claiming title to, or an estate in real estate against any person or persons who claim, or apparently have an adverse estate or interest therein, for the purpose of determining such estate, or interest, canceling unenforceable liens, or claims against, or which appear to be against said real estate, and quieting the title to real estate.

Source: Laws 1921, c. 130, § 1, p. 540; C.S. 1922, § 5676; C.S. 1929, § 76-401.