As of the time of appointment, the receiver shall have the powers and priority as if it were a creditor that obtained a judicial lien at the time of appointment pursuant to sections 548.09 and 550.10 on all of the receivership property, subject to satisfying the recording requirements as to real property described in subdivision 2.
If any interest in real property is included in the receivership property, a notice of lis pendens shall be recorded as soon as practicable with the county recorder or registrar of titles, as appropriate, of the county in which the real property is located. The priority of the receiver as lien creditor against real property shall be from the time of recording of the notice of lis pendens, except as to persons with actual or implied knowledge of the appointment under section 507.34.
The following documents are prima facie evidence of the authority to sell and convey the real property:
(1) the notice of lis pendens;
(2) a court order certified by the court administrator authorizing the receiver to sell, or cause the respondent to sell, real property; and
(3) a deed executed by the receiver, or by the respondent if authorized by the court.
The court may also require a motion for an order for sale of the real property or a motion for an order confirming sale of the real property.