- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 35. Liens
- Section 20. Sufficiency in Lien Notice or Pleadings.
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AS 34.35.020. Sufficiency in Lien Notice or Pleadings.
- (a) A mistake in formality or lack of statement in the lien notice or the pleadings is not ground for dismissal or
unnecessary delay in an action to foreclose a lien.
- (b) Substantial compliance with the law relating to the contents of the lien notice is considered sufficient, if the
notice satisfactorily shows the name of the claimant, the amount of the demand, the time of the employment, the
property sought to be charged with the lien sufficient for identification, and the name of the owner or reputed owner
of the property.
- (c) The inclusion of nonlienable items in the amount of the claimant's demand or error in the terms and conditions of the
contract of employment, if there is a contract of employment, or other error in the lien notice, made in good faith, is
not considered material, unless the error affects the substantial rights of the adverse party, acquired in good faith
- (d) The lien notice and pleadings may be amended at any time before judgment. If a material statement or averment is
omitted or misstated, this is ground for a reasonable delay or continuance to enable opposing parties to meet the
amendment, and a nonsuit or dismissal may not be entertained in the action except upon the merits of the cause.
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