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  • 16 (1) If an owner enters into a single contract for improvements on more than one parcel of land, a lien claimant providing work or material under that contract, or under a subcontract under that contract, may choose to have the lien follow the form of the contract and be a lien against each parcel for the price of all work and material provided to all of the parcels of land.
  • (2) If a lien is claimed under subsection (1) against several parcels of land, on application to the court by any person with an interest in or charge on the land, the court may apportion the lien among the parcels for the purpose of determining the lien claimant’s rights as against persons having rights in particular parcels.

1997-45-16, effective February 1, 1998 (B.C. Reg. 1/98).

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Limitation for Phased Strata Plan Lots

See s. 87 of the Strata Property Act in this Manual, which provides:

Builders liens against strata lots in phased strata plans

  • 87 Despite any other enactment, in a phased strata plan a claim of lien under the Builders Lien Act may be filed against only the strata lots in the phase in which the materials were supplied or the work was done.