Recordation of judgment in other counties
A certified copy of any judgment or order of confirmation affecting lands in this state made in any action may be recorded in the records of deeds in any county in which the land affected is wholly or partly situated by any party interested in the land or in the action. After the transcript is so recorded, the judgment is notice to all persons of the action and of the judgment or order, as completely as if the entire proceedings were had originally in the county in which the transcript is recorded. The record of the transcript is prima facie evidence of title as therein determined. [Amended by 2003 c.576 §354]
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