(1) If an order or warrant issued by a state agency or officer was docketed in the
judgment docket of the circuit court of any county before October 3, 1989, notice
of satisfaction or release of the lien of an order or warrant so docketed shall be
docketed in the same judgment docket in which the order or warrant was docketed.
(2) If an order or warrant issued by a state agency or officer was docketed in the
judgment docket of a circuit court of any county before October 3, 1989, the officer
or agency may cause such an order or warrant to be transferred to and recorded in
the County Clerk Lien Record of the same county in which the order or warrant was
originally docketed as provided in subsection (3) of this section. An order or warrant so transferred shall continue the lien created by the original
docketing of the order or warrant.
(3) Upon request, the clerk of a circuit court shall supply to an officer or agency
a certified copy of any order or warrant docketed in the judgment docket of a circuit
court before October 3, 1989. That certified copy may then be recorded in the County Clerk Lien Record of the county
where the circuit court is located in the same manner and with the same effect provided
for the recording of original orders and warrants. Upon recording of the order or warrant, the agency or officer shall as soon as possible
thereafter cause to be returned to the clerk of the circuit court that prepared the
certified copy, the original of that certified copy reflecting the recording of the
copy in the County Clerk Lien Record and the date of the recording. The clerk shall then cause to be entered in the register a notation reflecting the
recording of the order or warrant in the County Clerk Lien Record and the date of
(4) Nothing in this section shall be construed to affect the status of liens created
by, or require the transfer from, any judgment docket to any County Clerk Lien Record
of any order or warrant docketed in a judgment docket before October 3, 1989.
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