No judgment of a probate court under sections 525.011 to 525.015 shall be a lien upon the real estate until a transcript thereof is filed and docketed with the court administrator of the district court. If no execution thereon be outstanding, the judgment creditor may cause such transcript to be docketed in the same county, and thereafter execution may issue from either court. The court administrator with whom the transcript is so filed may issue transcripts to be filed and docketed in other counties, as in the case of a judgment originally rendered in the court administrator's court. When docketed as herein provided, the judgment shall have the same force and effect in all respects as the judgment of the district court.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes