4.1 ENCUMBRANCES-COURT COSTS
When should an objection be made to a title because of unpaid court costs assessed against one or more owners in the chain of title?
Standard A: An objection should be made only when such unpaid costs are a lien.
Comment A: Court costs are a lien only when execution has been duly levied on the property or when a certificate of judgment has been filed during the judgment debtor's ownership of the property.
(Effective November 1, 1952.)