PUBLIC OFFICERS IN GENERAL
BONDS OF OFFICERS AND PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
59-830. Lis pendens — Filing and recording — Effect — Clerk’s fees. Upon receiving such certificate, the county recorder must indorse upon it the time of its reception, and such certificate must be filed and recorded in the same manner as notices of the pendency of an action affecting real estate; and any judgment recovered in such action is a lien upon all real estate belonging to the defendant or to one or more of the defendants, situated in any county in which such certificate is so filed, for the amount that the owner thereof is or may be liable upon the judgment, from the filing of the certificate; and the fees due the clerk and recorder for the services required are a charge against the county where the suit is brought, to be recovered like other costs.
[59-830, added 1971, ch. 136, sec. 85, p. 522.]