- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 7. Horizontal Property Regimes Act
- Section 410. Liens Against Property, Apartments, Common Areas, and Facilities.
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AS 34.07.410. Liens Against Property, Apartments, Common Areas, and Facilities.
- (a) After the recording of the declaration as provided in this chapter, and while the property remains subject to this
chapter, a lien may not arise or be effective against the property. During this period, liens or encumbrances may
arise or be created only against each apartment and the percentage of undivided interest in the common areas and
facilities appurtenant to the apartment in the same manner and under the same conditions as liens or encumbrances may
arise or be created upon or against any other separate parcel of real property subject to individual ownership.
However, labor performed or materials furnished with the consent of or at the request of the owner of any apartment, or
the owner's agent, contractor, or subcontractor, may not be the basis for the filing of a lien against any other
apartment or any other property of any other apartment owner not expressly consenting to or requesting the same.
However, express consent is considered given by an apartment owner in the case of emergency repairs.
- (b) Labor performed or materials furnished for the common areas and facilities, if authorized as provided in this chapter,
or by the declaration or bylaws, or by the association of apartment owners, the manager, or the board of directors, is
considered performed or furnished with the express consent of each apartment owner and may be the basis for the filing
of a lien against each of the apartments and is subject to the provisions of AS 34.07.420
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