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Arkansas Lis Pendens Release

A Release of Lis Pendens instructs the Clerk to release said Lis Pendens. This is important once a suit is finalized or resolved. Generally, the plaintiff or plaintiff's representative (person(s) initiating the claim) will file the release. The release will have information of when and where the original Lis Pendens was recorded, including the date and document number of the recorded Lis Pendens. A release if filed in each county where a Lis Pendens was recorded thereby nullifying the Lis Pendens action. Title 16 - Chapter 59 - Lis Pendens, dictate Arkansas Lis Pendens law.

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Arkansas Lis Pendens Release Form