Filmmaker George Lucas, creator of the “Star Wars” dynasty, has submitted a lawsuit searching for to retain management about a slice of his property in San Anselmo that could be subject to a century-previous real estate dispute.

In the match, submitted in Marin County Excellent Courtroom from the city of San Anselmo and the past home homeowners, Lucas is seeking to clarify his possession above the element of his house on Sequoia Push in which his home is positioned. The tract of land was at first a road easement.

The fit seeks to use the power — of regulation — to explain that Lucas, not the property’s former proprietor or the metropolis, is the authorized operator of the strip of land.

San Anselmo mayor Brian Colbert referred to as the dispute “simply a procedural make a difference.”

“This is a reasonably commonplace scenario, primarily in Marin when the outdated assets lines had been not accurately delineated.”

A attorney for Lucas, Diego Flores, claimed the suit was “simply making an attempt to right a long time-outdated surveying faults.”

“We assume that this silent title action will continue to be non-adversarial,” he explained. Legal professionals were being scheduled to satisfy and go over the subject in coming months.

A map hooked up to the lawsuit demonstrates the triangle-formed parcel of land in dispute reducing into the jap portion of Lucas’s household.

Lucas purchased the residence in 2007. In accordance to the fit, the first deed bundled the sliver of land — originally designated a highway easement — but subsequent deeds did not.

Lucas, 76, designed the “Star Wars” and “Indiana Jones” movie juggernauts and started the Industrial Gentle and Magic movie production business in Marin County. That organization moved to the Presidio in San Francisco in 2005 right after functioning for many years out of unmarked buildings in San Rafael.

Steve Rubenstein is a San Francisco Chronicle staff members writer. E-mail: Twitter: @SteveRubeSF