The plaintiff contracted to do plumbing work, the contract containing a one-year guaranty. The work was finished in December, 1926, and in February, 1928, two months after the guaranty had expired, the plaintiff at the request of the owner (defendant), gratuitously made some minor repairs. In March, 1928, he filed a claim for a lien for the entire contract. Held, the work was completed when the guaranty expired and the plaintiff had no lien, since his claim was filed after the statutory limit from the completion of the work. Bohinek v. Smith (Ohio App. 1930) 172 N.E. 852.

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