A copy of any judgment or order of any United States court affecting the title to,
boundary or possession of, or any interest in and to any real estate lying wholly
or partly within the Commonwealth, when duly certified by the proper officer of any
such court, may be filed with the clerk of the court in whose office deeds are recorded
of the county or city in which the real estate so affected, or any part of such real
estate, is situated, and when so filed shall be recorded by such clerk in the current
deed book in his office and indexed in the names of the persons whose interests appear
to be affected thereby, upon the payment of the same fee prescribed by law to be paid
for the recordation of similar judgments or orders of state courts.
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