§54-2-4a. Lis pendens notice; effect.
At the time of the filing of an eminent domain petition, the
applicant may file a notice of the pendency of such proceeding as
provided in section two, article eleven, chapter fifty-five of this
code, containing the information therein required so far as the
provisions therein are applicable. From the time of such filing
every purchaser or encumbrancer whose conveyance or encumbrance is
not then recorded or docketed shall be deemed a subsequent
purchaser or encumbrancer and shall be bound by the proceeding to
the same extent and in the same manner as if he were a party
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