To enforce a judgment by sale of the judgment debtor’s dwelling, the creditor must, among other things, obtain a court order directing the sheriff to sell the property.  The application to obtain that court order must state the amount of all liens and encumbrances on the property that are senior to the judgment lien.  This decision holds that the application must include the amount of unrecorded property tax liens on the property since those taxes have first priority and must be paid from the proceeds of a sheriff’s sale of the property.  Since the court cannot order a sheriff’s sale unless the proceeds of the sale will likely exceed the amount of senior liens plus the homeowner’s exemption (now $300,000), the court must know the amount of the unpaid property taxes to properly order a sheriff’s sale.