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Civil Practice – Mechanic's Lien – Prosecution Delay – Enforceability – Chancery (access required)

Where a construction company's suit to enforce a mechanic's lien has been consolidated with several other actions on the property and referred to a commissioner in chancery, the motion filed by the company's counsel for leave to withdraw should not be considered by the circuit court, but is referred to the commissioner in chancery. The motion ...

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