In a fight over an easement, Andrew Prestigiacomo filed suit against June N. Ames (and others) to "quiet title"--to determine the parties' rights and interests. After the Ontario County Supreme Court dismissed that case, Prestigiacomo appealed.
Because the deed "conclusively" established the parties' rights and interests, the Appellate Division, Fourth Department, left the outcome undisturbed. (Prestigiacomo's argument that the easement was "no longer legally valid," was seen as lacking merit.)
No magic there.
To view a copy of the Appellate Division's decision, please use the following link: Prestigiacomo v. Ames