Change the Mechanic Lien Legislation in Prince Edward Island

Change the Mechanic Lien Legislation in Prince Edward Island

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Bryce Arsenault started this petition to Provincial Politicians and

This Petition is for Garage Owners and Professional Mechanics who want to change the current PEI Lien Legislation to protect the business owner from non payment of services rendered. Currently the Lien puts the mechanic in last place if the vehicle leaves the Garage. This will give you first position on the Lien if the customer does not pay for the repair. 

SCHEDULE FORM 1* CLAIM OF LIEN A.B. (name of claimant), of (here state residence of claimant), (if so, as assignee of, stating name and residence of assignor), under the Mechanics’ Lien Act claims a lien upon the estate of (here state the name and residence of owner of the land upon which the lien is claimed) in the undermentioned land in respect of the following work (service or materials), that is to say (here give a short description of the nature of the work done or materials furnished, and for which the lien is claimed), which work (or service) was done (or materials were furnished) for (here state the name and residence of the person upon whose credit the work was done or materials were furnished), on or before the ............. day of .........................., 20........... The amount claimed as due (or to become due) is the sum of $ . The following is a description of the land to be charged (here set out a concise description of the land to be charged sufficient for the purpose of registration). When credit has been given insert: The said work was done (or materials were furnished) on credit, and the period of credit agreed to expired (or will expire) on the ................ day of ............................................., 20....... Dated at..........................................this ............ day of ....................20...... (Signature of Claimant) *{Note: Form 1 is prescribed by subsection 19(3) of the Act} FORM 2* CLAIM OF LIEN FOR WAGES A.B. (name of claimant,) of (here state residence of claimant) (if so, as assignee of, stating name and residence of assignor), under the Mechanics’ Lien Act claims a lien upon the estate of (here state the name and residence of the owner of land upon which the lien is claimed) in the undermentioned land, in respect of ........... days work performed thereon while in the employment of (here state the name and residence of the person upon whose credit the work was done) on or before the ...........day of ............................., 20........... The amount claimed as due is the sum of $ The following is the description of the land to be charged (here set out a concise description of the land to be charged sufficient for the purpose of registration). Dated at ............................... this.................day of.................. 20_.......... (Signature of Claimant) *{Note: Form 2 is prescribed by subsection 19(3) of the Act} SCHEDULE Mechanics’ Lien Act Page 24 Current to: January 1, 2009 tc FORM 3* CLAIM OF LIEN FOR WAGES BY SEVERAL CLAIMANTS The following person, under the Mechanics’ Lien Act claim a lien upon the estate of (here state the name and residence of the owner of land upon which the lien is claimed) in the undermentioned land in respect of wages for labor performed thereon while in the employment of (here state name and residence or names and residences of employers of the several persons claiming the liens). A.B., of (residence) $ .............. for ...... days wages C.D., of (residence) $ .............. for ...... days wages E.F., of (residence) $ .............. for ...... days wages The following is the description of the land to be charged (here set out a concise description of the land to be charged sufficient for the purpose of registration). Dated at ..................................... this .............. day of.............. 20........... (Signatures of Several Claimants) *{Note: Form 3 is prescribed by subsection 19(3) of the Act} FORM 4* AFFIDAVIT VERIFYING CLAIM

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