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Florida Release of Lis Pendens

Florida Release of Lis Pendens Information

A lis pendens in Florida generally stays in effect for one year, unless withdrawn or discharged. There are situations where the plaintiff (party initiating suit) releases a lis pendens by filing a Release of Lis Pendens. An example would be the case has been resolved, or dropped. Timely filing and service of release can be crucial.

Deeds.com Florida Release of Lis Pendens Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Friday December 24, 2021

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