Here is the body of law that answers your question. Specifically look at §17A-4A-9. Levy of execution, etc.
It states in relevant part:
For any vehicle as to which an involuntary lien has been reported and noted by the department and for which there has been no report of release or satisfaction by the levying or seizing officer, if application be made for the transfer of title thereto or issuance of new certificate of title therefor to the current registered owner or to someone claiming by assignment of title certificate from such registered owner or if application be made pursuant to the provisions of this article for the endorsement upon the certificate of title to such vehicle of a lien or encumbrance created by the voluntary act of the owner and the issuance of a new certificate of title showing the same, such involuntary lien, for which the department's records show no report of satisfaction or release, and the information furnished in the officer's report thereof together with the date, hour and minute of receipt of such report shall be endorsed upon such new certificate of title issued pursuant to any of such applications.
So, basically you will need to apply to have a lien reflected on the certificate of title by using your court ordered judgment.
The closest form that I found is for a subsequent voluntary lien. See here. You will need to show the law that I cited to the DMV and ask for a form to place an involuntary lien.
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