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What is Lis Pendes in Missouri?

Posted on April 19, 2024
“Lis pendens” is a Latin phrase that translates to “lawsuit pending.” In Missouri, a lis pendens is a legal notice filed with the county to notify the public – including any potential buyers – that a property has a pending lawsuit against it. If a new buyer purchases the property anyway, the buyer will...
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How Long Is Adverse Possession in Missouri?

Posted on March 15, 2024
Adverse possession, also known as squatter’s rights, is the legal process of acquiring ownership of land in Missouri that belongs to someone else through continuous unauthorized use of the land. In general, the length of time required for adverse possession to result in land ownership is 10 years. However, these laws can be complex...
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What Is Adverse Possession in Missouri?

Posted on February 16, 2024
Adverse possession is also commonly referred to as “squatter’s rights.” In real estate law, it is a doctrine that allows a person who is in possession of land owned by someone else to acquire a valid title for that property without purchasing it from the owner. If you own property in Missouri, it is...
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