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South Carolina Lis Pendens

In South Carolina a Lis Pendens (affecting title to real property) can be recorded by the plaintiff, with the County Recorder's Office up to 20 days before the actual Court Case is filed (or at any time afterwards). A Defendant may also file a Lis Pendens in certain circumstances. This form is formatted to be filed by the Plaintiff [party initiating the claim]. (SECTION 15-11-10) South Carolina Lis Pendens Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Thursday December 31, 2020

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