(1) Within 60 days after certification of a transmission line corridor under ss. 403.52-403.5365, the applicant shall file with the department and, in accordance with s. 28.222, with the clerk of the circuit court for each county through which the corridor will pass, a notice of the certified route.
(2) The notice must consist of maps or aerial photographs in the scale of 1:24,000 which clearly show the location of the certified route and must state that the certification of the corridor will result in the acquisition of rights-of-way within the corridor. Each clerk shall record the filing in the official record of the county for the duration of the certification or until such time as the applicant certifies to the department and the clerk that all lands required for the transmission line rights-of-way within the corridor have been acquired within the county, whichever is sooner.
(3) The recording of this notice does not constitute a lien, cloud, or encumbrance on real property.