Court Where Lis Pendens Filed Obtains Exclusive Jurisdiction Over All Liens Until Judgment (FL)

In Jallali v. Knightsbridge Village Homeowners Association, Inc. (4D15-2036), the Fourth District again held that the court where a mortgagee files a lis pendens obtains exclusive jurisdiction over all liens on the property until final judgment. Therefore, the judgment entered in a case filed after the original lis pendens must be vacated.   Read the article………..


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