A and B were tenants in common of a tract of land. Plaintiff contracted with A to build a house thereon, B not being a party. Plaintiff sued A and B to enforce a mechanics' lien for money due on the contract, and was successful against both in the lower court. On appeal, held, reversed. Only A, who contracted to have the house built, was subject to a mechanics' lien. Dente v. Bullis, (Md. 1950) 76 A. (2d) 158.
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PROPERTY-MECHANICS' LIEN-VALIDITY AGAINST NON-CONTRACTING CO-OWNER,
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