Section 5309.54 | Judgment of county court judge, mayor or other officer a lien upon registered land.
Whenever any transcript from the docket of a judge of a county court or mayor, or other officer or tribunal which may render judgments, is filed in the office of the clerk of the court of common pleas for a lien, the party, or his agent or attorney, filing such transcript shall notify the clerk whether the land upon which the lien is sought is registered. If such land is registered, in addition to the fee required for such filing, such party shall pay such clerk's fee for a certificate which the clerk shall thereupon issue to such party under such clerk's hand and the seal of the court of common pleas stating the number of the case, parties, date of the judgment, amount of judgment, and costs, and the exact time when filed in his office, and the volume and page where entered. The party receiving such certificate shall file it with the county recorder, who shall make notation of the filing and enter a memorial thereof on the last registered certificate of title for such land. No lien shall attach to any registered land under such transcript until such certificate is filed with the recorder and noted by him.
Available Versions of this Section
- January 1, 1958 – House Bill 937, 102nd General Assembly [ View January 1, 1958 Version ]