A marketable title is one that may be freely made the subject of resale. Krulee v. Huyck & Sons, 121 VT 304 (1959). A marketable title is one that allows an owner to hold the land free from the probable claim of another. It is a title which would allow the holder of the land if he or she wanted to sell, to transfer a title which is reasonably free from doubt. A title is marketable when its validity cannot be said to involve a question of fact and is good as a matter of law. First National Bank v. Laperle, 117 VT 144, 157 (1952).