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Texas Lis Pendens Release

Lis pendens are like property liens, and they can make properties unmarketable or non-salable until they're removed. Notices of voluntary dismissal and release of lis pendens declarations are issued frequently when lawsuits are dismissed.

When a Release of Lis Pendens document is filed it must contain a proof of service which is an acknowledgment of service by the person served or a certificate of service. In some cases, the clerk will permit a document to be filed but will require the proof of service to be filed promptly thereafter. 9.5(d)

Deeds.com Texas Lis Pendens Release Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Friday March 22, 2019

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Texas Lis Pendens Release Form