Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 35. Liens
Section 150. Labor Deemed Performed at Instance of Owner, Mortgagee, or Lien Claimant.
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AS 34.35.150. Labor Deemed Performed at Instance of Owner, Mortgagee, or Lien Claimant.

(a) When the work mentioned in AS 34.35.125 , 34.35.130, and 34.35.140 is performed at the instance of a person, who has the right of possession under a written or oral lease, license, or authority, expressed or implied, bond, option or other contract of sale from the owner, executed by the owner's authority, or who has possession with the knowledge of the owner, the work is considered to have been done at the instance of the owner, and at the instance of the mortgagee or lien claimant.

(b) The owner's, mortgagee's, or claimant's interest in the property is subject to a lien filed in accordance with AS 34.35.125 - 34.35.170, unless the owner, mortgagee, or claimant, within 10 days after obtaining knowledge of the work, gives notice of nonresponsibility for the work, by posting notices to that effect in three conspicuous places on the mine, mining claim, or on or near the oil, gas, or other well, or in one conspicuous place on the dredge, steam shovel, derrick, mill, or machine. A mortgagee or other lien claimant must also give additional notice of the nature of the lien, the amount due on it, and refer to the volume and page where the claim of lien is recorded.

(c) The posting of notice is not required on a dragline, electric shovel, tractor, scraper, hoist, truck, or mobile equipment or machinery or personal property that is readily moved about from place to place or is required to be moved from place to place in the course of mining operations.

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