It could be slander of title in some states. I am not licensed in Mississippi. No matter what it could be dangerous for a person to file an invalid lien that they know is invalid. It is possible even if it is not against the law then the Plaintiff could get attorneys fees from the party who should never have filed a lien.
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I would be in great fear of a lawsuit for slander of title. Additionally, there could be contempt actions as well as possible criminal stalking matters or perjury with a false filing with the court
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