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Evidentiary Hearing when Lis Pendens NOT based on Duly Recorded Instrument

  A lis pendens serves as a cloud against real property.  A lis pendens will be recorded by a plaintiff when there is a dispute concerning affected real property. A party may record a lis pendens if it is foreclosing on a mortgage or lien or if the lawsuit simply pertains to the real property. If a lawsuit is NOT based on a duly recorded instrument such as a mortgage or a lien, a defendant should move to discharge the lis pendens and/or require the plaintiff to post a lis pendens bond to cover the defendant’s damages if the lis pendens...

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Damages Caused by Wrongful Recording of Lis Pendens (Not Founded on Instrument or Statute)

What are the damages caused by the WRONGFUL recording of a lis pendens, and I am referring to a lis pendens NOT founded on a duly recorded instrument (e.g., not founded on a mortgage) or a statute (e.g., not founded on a construction or assessment lien)?  These are damages that should be accounted for in a lis pendens bond.  The recent opinion in LB Judgment Holdings, LLC v. Boschetti, 44 Fla.L.Weekly D693a (Fla. 3d DCA 2019), relying on Haisfeld v. ACP Florida Holdings, Inc., 629 So.2s 963 (Fla. 4thDCA 1993), explained: Haisfield looks back at losses that were actually suffered by a property...

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Risk in Purchasing Property Subject to a Pending Foreclosure and Lis Pendens

When real property is the subject to a pending foreclosure action where there is a lis pendens (a formal notice), a buyer that purchase the property outside of the foreclosure ?does so at his own risk because he is on notice that the property is subject to the foreclosure action [through the lis pendens].? Bymel v. Bank of America, N.A., 159 So.3d 345, 346 (Fla. 3d DCA 2015). The buyer is not permitted to intervene in the pending foreclosure action. See id. at 346-47. In a recent case, The Bank of New York Mellon v. HOA Rescue Fund, LLC, 43...

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