Trial courts issue two types of real estate liens: attachments and executions. An attachment is issued prior to trial. It prevents a defendant from taking property out of his name in anticipation of an unfavorable judgment. An execution will be granted to the party who wins the lawsuit. It’s used to help the winning party collect the money that’s owed to him. Both liens are good for six years and 90 days.
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