When an assessment becomes final the department may file with the clerk of any county
within the state a warrant in the amount of the assessment of taxes, penalties, interest
and a filing fee under RCW 36.18.012(10). The warrant is a lien upon title to, and interest in all real and personal property
of the person against whom the warrant is issued. The warrant is sufficient to support the issuance of writs of execution and writs
of garnishment in favor of the state.
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