2010 Tennessee Code
Title 66 - Property
Chapter 11 - Mechanics' and Materialmen's Liens
Part 1 - General Provisions
66-11-148 - Construction of chapter Jurisdiction of courts to enforce Errors and omissions.
66-11-148. Construction of chapter Jurisdiction of courts to enforce Errors and omissions.
(a) This chapter is to be construed and applied liberally to secure the beneficial results, intents, and purposes of the chapter.
(b) Substantial compliance with this chapter is sufficient for the validity of liens arising under this chapter and to give jurisdiction to the court to enforce the liens.
(c) Any document required or permitted to be served, recorded or filed by this chapter that substantially satisfies the applicable requirements of this chapter is effective even if it has nonprejudicial errors or omissions.
[Acts 2007, ch. 189, § 47.]
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