Should liens for work performed for a tenant extend to the record owner's interest in the property improved?
Yes. The record owner benefits from the improvement and its land should secure the contractor's right to payment.
No. The record owner might not have any knowledge of the improvement, and it's the tenant's responsibility to pay its contractor.
Tough call. It's a bad situation for both the contractor and the record owner.
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