An action to quiet title is an action in equity. A court of equity will grant relief against forfeiture of land for condition broken when the breach is not gross or willful, is for the performance of an act, and the thing to be done may be done afterwards so as to put the party seeking forfeiture precisely in the same situation as he would have been but for the breach. Thus, equity will not enforce a forfeiture if the party insisting upon it may be made whole otherwise. And, the granting of equitable relief rests in the sound discretion of the court.
Did the trial court abuse its discretion in denying plaintiff the relief of forfeiture against defendant?