Maine Revised Statutes

§3608. Shingles, staves, laths, dowels and spool timber

Whoever labors at cutting, hauling or sawing shingle, stave, lath, dowel or spool timber, or in the manufacture of shingle, stave, lath, dowel or spool timber into shingles, staves, laths, dowels or spool bars, or at piling staves, laths, dowels or spool bars, or at bunching shingles or dowels, or at cooking for persons engaged in such labor, has a lien thereon for the amount due for his personal labor thereon and the services performed by his team, which takes precedence of all other claims and continues for 60 days after such shingles, staves, laths and dowels are manufactured, provided the same have not been sold and shipped, or for 60 days after such spool timber or spool bars arrive at the place of destination for sale or manufacture. Such lien may be enforced by attachment. [1973, c. 625, §58 (AMD).]

SECTION HISTORY
1973, c. 625, §58 (AMD).

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