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Illinois Lis Pendens Information

Although a plaintiff (person initiation suit) or plaintiff's attorney usually files a Lis Pendens notice, Illinois states any party to the action may file a Lis Pendens (signed by any party to the action or his attorney of record or attorney in fact, on his or her behalf) Sec. 2-1901. Requirements of an Illinois Lis Pendens include; (the title of the action, the parties to it, the court where it was brought and a description of the real estate) Sec. 2-1901. A Lis Pendens is considered constructive notice once recorded in the county where the property is located, subsequent buyers or lien holders would be bound by the outcome of the case, (for the purposes of this Section, be deemed a subsequent purchaser and shall be bound by the proceedings to the same extent and in the same manner as if he or she were a party thereto) Sec.2-1901 Often cases include multiple plaintiff and defendants, this form has adequate space for multiple parties.

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