Alaska Statutes.
Title 34. Property
Chapter 35. Liens
Section 155. Liens Not Exclusive.
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AS 34.35.155. Liens Not Exclusive.

(a) Liens under AS 34.35.125 - 34.35.170 are not exclusive of one another. The lien shall attach and may be claimed by the same labor upon the mine, mining claim, mill, or machine used in mining or working, and the dump or mass of mineral, gold, or gold dust, if the facts relative to the labor warrant.

(b) A lienor may claim a lien on one or more of the different classes of property subject to a lien for the same labor if

(1) the amount claimed against each class of property is separately stated;

(2) the property sought to be charged is described so that it can be identified; and

(3) the name of the owner or reputed owner is given.

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