2014 Nebraska Revised Statutes
Chapter 52 - LIENS
52-1901 - Nonconsensual common-law lien, defined.
52-1901. Nonconsensual common-law lien, defined.
For purposes of sections 52-1901 to 52-1907, nonconsensual common-law lien means a document that purports to assert a lien against real or personal property of any person or entity and:
(1) Is not expressly provided for by a specific state or federal statute;
(2) Does not depend on the consent of the owner of the real or personal property affected; and
(3) Is not an equitable or constructive lien imposed by a state or federal court of competent jurisdiction.
- Laws 2003, LB 655, § 1;
Laws 2013, LB3, § 3.
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