Published On: August 29th, 2016 | Author: Perry Law, P.C. | Category: Creditors' Rights Florida Real Estate and Title
Florida’s 4th DCA recently heard a case (2016 WL 4468134) concerning the termination date of a lis pendens. The court concluded “the list pendens therefore logically must terminate along with the action. The ‘action’ in this case was the foreclosure action initiated by the non-party bank, which terminated thirty days after the court’s issuance of a final judgment.” Thus, in foreclosure cases where the sale date is extended out the foreclosing party should be cognizant of any liens and their implications.
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