New York Consolidated Laws, Lien Law - LIE § 61. Judgment in action to foreclose a mechanic's lien on property of a railroad corporation
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If the lien is for labor done or materials furnished for a railroad corporation, upon its land, or upon or for its track, rolling stock or the appurtenances of its railroad, the judgment shall not direct the sale of any of the real property described in the notice of the lien, but when in such case, a judgment is entered and docketed with the county clerk of the county where the notice of lien is filed, or a transcript thereof is filed and docketed in any other county, it shall be a lien upon the real property of the railroad corporation, against which it is obtained, to the same extent, and enforceable in like manner as other judgments of courts of record against such corporation.
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