This is a part of The Worker’s Liens Casebook, by Robert Fenwick Elliott. Copyright © 2010
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- There are five classes of rights provided by the Act:
- Each of these is discussed below in turn.
- In addition, the Act bolsters the rights of parties who have liens at common law. In particular, section 41 sets out a procedure whereby persons entitled to a lien at common law may sell the chattel in question. These provisions appear to have received little or no judicial attention.