Before you go kicking in the door and shooting everyone inside and then asking questions, know this:
A Lis Pendens is just a public notice that a lawsuit is pending regarding your property. There is nothing contained it that a judge signing, would affect your case.
The Lis Pendens filed with the county recorder. It allows anyone looking at the title to your property know that there is litigation regarding the property.
That only means to you, that if you tried to sell it, the buyer would be forewarned that their purchase is subject to the decision of the court in that case.
So, take a deep breath and relax. You were not wronged and there was no deception going on. Most places do not require a notice to the other party.
You could file the Lis Pendens on your property regarding the lawsuit.
Ok here's another EMC scene.. They filed a motion before the court without notifying my attorney or me and the Judge signed it.
The motion was to extend lis pendence for THREE MORE YEARS..(stating extensivie litgation that would be settle by the orig expiration date)
My question is , should a Judge ask if they've copied us on the motion or is it our responsibility to keep cking the file every day.
I'm so sick of these people.