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Florida Release of Lis Pendens

A lis pendens in Florida generally stays in effect for one year, unless withdrawn or discharged.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.

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Florida Release of Lis Pendens Form