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Lis Pendens Was Not Slander of Title (access required)

In this real estate dispute over the parties’ 2007 agreement granting an easement to construct a roadway and later sale of plaintiff’s property, a Fairfax Circuit Court dismisses plaintiff’s claims for slander of title, intentional interference with contract and abuse of process arising from defendant filing a lis pendens against plaintiff’s property. Plaintiffs Benjamin Smith Jr. ...

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