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If real property is attached, the peace officer shall make a certificate containing the title of the cause, the names of the parties, a description of the property attached, the date of attachment, a statement that a writ of attachment has been issued, and the date of issuance, and shall within 10 days deliver the certificate to the recorder of the recording district in which the real property is situated. The recorder shall record the certificate in a book to be kept for that purpose. When the certificate is recorded, the lien in favor of the plaintiff attaches to the real property described in the certificate from the date of the attachment, but if recorded afterwards, it only attaches as against third persons from the date of the subsequent recording. Whenever the lien is discharged, it is the duty of the recorder, when requested, to record the transcript of an order, entry of satisfaction of judgment, or other proceeding of record whereby it appears that the lien has been discharged.
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