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2A:15-14 - Marginal notation in record of notice of judgment for defendant;   appeal;  further lis pendens

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2A:15-14.  Marginal notation in record of notice of judgment for defendant;   appeal;  further lis pendens    Whenever a final judgment is made in favor of the defendant or defendants in  any action, notice of the pendency of which has been filed in the office of any  county clerk or register of deeds and mortgages, the county clerk or register  of deeds and mortgages in whose office the notice has been filed shall, when a  copy of such judgment, certified under the seal of the court in which the  judgment shall have been obtained, is filed in his office, enter in the margin  of the record of the notice a statement of the substance of the judgment.   Thereafter the real estate described in the notice shall be discharged of all  equities or claims set up in the complaint in the action, unless the plaintiff  takes an appeal or institutes proceedings for relief from the judgment and  files a similar notice of lis pendens in said office, stating in the notice the  object of the appeal or proceedings.  Such notice shall, during the pendency of  such appeal or proceedings, have the effect of the notice first filed, and the  real estate described in the notice may be discharged of all equities set up in  the complaint, in the manner provided for the discharge of the notice first filed. L.1951 (1st SS), c.344. 
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  • 2A:15-14.  Marginal notation in record of notice of judgment for defendant;   appeal;  further lis pendens
        Whenever a final judgment is made in favor of the defendant or defendants in  any action, notice of the pendency of which has been filed in the office of any  county clerk or register of deeds and mortgages, the county clerk or register  of deeds and mortgages in whose office the notice has been filed shall, when a  copy of such judgment, certified under the seal of the court in which the  judgment shall have been obtained, is filed in his office, enter in the margin  of the record of the notice a statement of the substance of the judgment.   Thereafter the real estate described in the notice shall be discharged of all  equities or claims set up in the complaint in the action, unless the plaintiff  takes an appeal or institutes proceedings for relief from the judgment and  files a similar notice of lis pendens in said office, stating in the notice the  object of the appeal or proceedings.  Such notice shall, during the pendency of  such appeal or proceedings, have the effect of the notice first filed, and the  real estate described in the notice may be discharged of all equities set up in  the complaint, in the manner provided for the discharge of the notice first filed.
     
    L.1951 (1st SS), c.344.
     

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