When filing a case affecting title to real property or at any time after, as long as the case is pending, any party to the suit may file a Pendency of Action. To be effective it must be recorded at the Recorder of Deeds/ Clerks Office in every county where said property is located. (The notice shall be recorded in the same book and in the same manner in which mortgages are recorded.) From the time of recording the Notice of Pendency, it becomes constructive notice to would be purchasers or encumbrancers. Such Notice will contain (the names of the parties, the object of the suit, and the description of the real property in the county involved, affected, or brought in question, signed by the party or the attorney of the party.) (ORS 93.740)
Deeds.com Oregon Notice of Pendency / Lis Pendens Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Tuesday February 5, 2019
What others like you are saying:
January 16th, 2019
Name: Thomas W.
Review: easy to use, no problems except in beneficiary box. Need to make the box bigger because I have 4 beneficiaries to list. how do I enlarge the box.
Reply from Staff on January 16th, 2019
Thanks for reaching out. All available space on the document is being used. As is noted in the guide, if you have information that does not fit in the available space the included exhibit page should be used.
January 31st, 2019
Name: Amber H.
Review: after typing in the information, the printing is not in alignment - looks disorganized on the page and hard to read
Reply from Staff on February 1st, 2019
Thank you for your feedback. We will flag the document for review.
February 10th, 2019
Name: Anita A.
Review: No review provided.
Reply from Staff on February 10th, 2019
Select County where the property is located.