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33-414 - Recording of judgments affecting title to real property; inadmissibility of unrecorded judgment
33-414. Recording of judgments affecting title to real property; inadmissibility of unrecorded judgment
A. Every judgment of a court by which title to real property is affected shall be recorded in the office of the county recorder of the county in which the property or part thereof is located, and until recorded, the judgment shall not be received in evidence in support of any right claimed by virtue thereof.
B. It shall not be necessary to record the judgment in full, but an abstract thereof by the clerk of the court under his hand and seal, stating the title of the court and of the action, the date of judgment, a description of the property and the name of the party to whom it is decreed, shall be a sufficient record of the judgment.