- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 34. Property
- Chapter 35. Liens
- Section 280. Enforceability.
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AS 34.35.280. Enforceability.
- (a) The following persons may demand that a lien under AS 34.35.230
- 34.35.315 be enforced:
- (1) a person who brings an action to enforce the lien; or
- (2) a person who has a lien under AS 34.35.230
- 34.35.315, and who is made a party to an action to
enforce a lien under those sections.
- (b) The lien may be enforced against the whole, or a part of the lumber, when, during the six months preceding the
recording of the lien,
- (1) the person has performed labor on it;
- (2) the person has assisted in securing or obtaining it; or
- (3) it has been cut on the person's land.
- (c) The lien demand recorded must be for
- (1) all the labor upon or all the assistance in obtaining or securing the lumber during the whole or a part of the six
months mentioned in AS 34.35.260; or
- (2) timber cut during the whole or a part of the six months mentioned above.
- (d) The priority of the liens shall be determined under AS 34.35.255
- (1) proceedings are started against a lot of lumber;
- (2) some of the lienors claim liens against specific lumber to secure their claims for work and labor; and
- (3) other lienors claim liens against the lumber generally to secure their claims for work and labor.
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