(1) The clerk on the return of a verdict shall forthwith enter it in the execution
docket, specifying the amount, the names of the parties to the action, and the names
of the party or parties against whom the verdict is rendered; such entry shall be
indexed in the record index and shall conform as near as may be to entries of judgments
required to be made in the execution docket.
(2) Beginning at eight o'clock a.m. the day after the entry of a verdict as herein
provided, it shall be notice to all the world of the rendition thereof, and any person
subsequently acquiring title to or a lien upon the real property of the party or parties
against whom the verdict is returned shall be deemed to have acquired such title or
lien with notice, and such title or lien shall be subject and inferior to any judgment
afterwards entered on the verdict.
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