2006 Michigan Compiled Laws - Act 146 of 1937


Act 146 of 1937

AN ACT to establish, protect and enforce by lien the rights of laborers, contractors, sub-contractors and material men and other persons furnishing labor, tools, or materials, or other things of value, for the drilling, boring, torpedoing, acidizing, completing, operating or repairing of any oil or gas well, or the constructing or repairing of any oil or gas pipe line, oil or gas derrick, or oil tank.

History: 1937, Act 146, Imd. Eff. July 2, 1937

The People of the State of Michigan enact:

Section 570.251Lien for labor or material for oil or gas well or pipe line; extent; waiver by agreement; delivery of materials; additional liens, recording.
Section 570.252Lien for labor or material for oil or gas well or pipe line; contractors or sub-contractors.
Section 570.253Owner or lessee may retain money to pay demands; statement of contractor; protection of owners.
Section 570.254Statement of lien; contents, verification; recording with register of deeds, fee.
Section 570.255Statement of lien; service of copy on owner or lessee, proof, posting.
Section 570.256Liens; duration, priority over other interests, subrogation.
Section 570.257Proceedings to enforce lien; lis pendens, parties, cross bills, practice and procedure, sale, confirmation, costs.
Section 570.258Lien not to preclude any other lawful remedy.
Section 570.259Lienholder to execute discharge upon payment of debt; recording with register of deeds, fee; discharge by ex parte proceedings.
Section 570.260Assignment or waiver of lien.
Section 570.261Notice by publication.
Section 570.262Liberal construction.
Section 570.263Oil or gas wells and pipe lines; definitions.
Section 570.266Declaration of emergency.

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