May a lien be filed against the defendant's property?
If a party chooses to place a judgment lien against any individually owned real property of the defendant, following the entry of a Judgment, that party should obtain a certified copy of the judgment and have it recorded in the Official Records in the Clerk's Recording Division. Fees for recording are set by statute and are subject to change by legislative action. Contact the Clerk's Office for current fees.

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1. What is a small claims case?
2. Is an attorney necessary?
3. Who can file a small claims case?
4. What does it cost to file a small claims case?
5. What information is needed to file a small claims case?
6. Is information needed for suing someone other than an individual?
7. What happens after the filing of a small claims case?
8. Why use mediation?
9. Is a jury trial possible in a small claims case?
10. What happens to the case if a settlement is reached?
11. How does a party collect on any judgment?
12. May a lien be filed against the defendant's property?