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(2) A notice of lis pendens is not effectual for any purpose beyond 1 year from the commencement of the action and will expire at that time, unless the relief sought is disclosed by the pending pleading to be founded on a duly recorded instrument or on a lien claimed under part I of chapter 713 against the property
A wrongfully filed lis pendens can be removed by the judge in the case in which it was filed. The party seeking to remove it must file a motion and address why the lis pendens is improper under Florida law.
2d 773, 739 N.W. 2d 53, 06-3180. A lis pendens simply alerts 3rd parties to judicial proceedings involving real estate. It does not create an encumbrance on the property.
A Florida Lis Pendens (which means pending lawsuit) is a tool that is commonly used to notify a third-party of a pending lawsuit against a real estate property, typically with regard to the title or an interest.
The lis pendens doctrine states that no fixed property may be transferred when a lawsuit relating to it is pending. Under Section 47, from the date of execution, a recorded sale deed of a fixed property is considered to exist upon registration.

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the rule of lis pendens lays down that whoever purchases a property during the pendency of an action, is held bound by the judgment that may be made against the person from whom he derived his title (to the immovable property, the right to which is directly and specifically in question in the suit or proceeding) even
Cancellation of lis pendens. Before final judgment, a notice of lis pendens may be cancelled upon order of the court, after proper showing that the notice is for the purpose of molesting the adverse party, or that it is not necessary to protect the rights of the party who caused it to be registered.
Pendens translates as pending, so lis pendens means pending lawsuit or lawsuit pending.

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