Full Statute Name:  Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated. Chapter 570. Liens. Liens on Personal Property. 570.185. Lien of mechanic, artisan, or tradesman for manufacture of goods or keeping or care of animals

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Primary Citation:  M.C.L.A. 570.185 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  November, 2017 Alternate Citation:  MI ST 570.185
Summary:

This Michigan law states that when a person delivers any horse, mule, neat cattle, sheep, or swine to be kept or cared for to another person, that person shall have a lien thereon for the keeping and care of such animals, and may retain possession of the same until such charges are paid.

Sec. 35. Whenever any person shall deliver to any mechanic, artisan, or tradesman, any materials or articles for the purpose of constructing in whole or in part, or completing any furniture, jewelry, implement, utensil, clothing, or other article of value, or shall deliver to any person any horse, mule, neat cattle, sheep, or swine to be kept or cared for, such mechanic, artisan, tradesman, or other person shall have a lien thereon for the just value of the labor and skill applied thereto by him, and for any materials which he may have furnished in the construction or completion thereof, and for the keeping and care of such animals, and may retain possession of the same until such charges are paid.

HISTORICAL AND STATUTORY NOTES
Source:

R.S.1846 , c. 126, § 35.
C.L.1857, § 5102.
C.L.1871, § 6823.
P.A.1873, No. 83, Eff. July 31, 1873.
How. § 8399.
C.L.1897, § 10746.
C.L.1915, § 14831.
C.L.1929, § 13186.
C.L.1948, § 570.185.
C.L.1970, § 570.185.

 

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