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Probably not. A lis pendens states that the property is subject to litigation, and that the title may not be clear. As such, few lenders would be willing to seriously consider providing a mortgage for a property that has a lis pendens on it, until this is resolved and the lis pendens is taken off the deed.
So if there is a lis pendens but there should not be, and you are the person who wants to get financing, you have to resolve the lis pendends first. This means threatening (or filing) a lawsuit based on declaratory judgment, clear title, and/or slander of title and letting the Court decide.
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