When a suit is filed in any court, affecting title to real property, a Lis Pendens should be filed with the Clerk of the Chancery Court, in any and all county's where said property is located. A Mississippi Lis Pendens requires:
(The Names of all parties to the suit) (A description of the real estate) A brief statement of the nature of the complaint 11-47-3
At which time the Clerk will immediately file the Lis Pendens to become public notice. 11-47-9
Deeds.com Mississippi Lis Pendens Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday August 22, 2019
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