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Idaho Lis Pendens Form

Idaho Lis Pendens Form Information

In general, when a complaint is filed that affects (title or the right of possession of real property), a plaintiff or defendant may file a Lis Pendens with the County Recorder, in all counties in which the property lies. At the time of filing, the Lis Pendens becomes (constructive notice) to would be (purchasers and incumbrancers) that there is a suit pending, that could affect the property and that they would bound to the outcome of said case.
Such Lis Pendens Notice will contain:
(the names of the parties)
(the object of the action or defense and )
(a description of the property in that county affected thereby.) (5-505)

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