2016 Tennessee Code
Title 66 - Property
Chapter 12 - Crop Liens
§ 66-12-102. Lien for goods and money supplied.
A landlord and one controlling land by lease or otherwise shall have a like lien on all crops of tenants or sharecroppers, grown during the year on the land, for the payment of necessary food, household fuel, money and clothing supplied during the year to such tenant or sharecropper or those dependent upon such tenant or sharecropper.
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