Use this form to cancel a Notice of Lis Pendens that was previously recorded. Cancellation Notice is formatted to meet North Carolina recording requirements, has ample space to enter multiple parties, which is common in cases involving real property.
Deeds.com North Carolina Cancellation of Lis Pendens Notice Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Friday August 9, 2019
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