Written notices, demands, or requests.
Mandatory provisions for direct contracts.
Types of lienors and exemptions.
Liens for professional services.
Liens of persons in privity.
Liens of persons not in privity; proper payments.
Liens for improving land in which the contracting party has no interest.
Liens for improving real property under contract with husband or wife on property of the other or of both.
Notice of commencement and applicability of lien.
Application of money to materials account.
Repossession of materials not used.
Demand for copy of contract and statements of account; form.
Request for list of subcontractors and suppliers.
Materials not attachable for debts of purchaser.
Manner of serving notices and other instruments.
Waiver or release of liens.
Waivers of right to claim against payment bond; forms.
Transfer of liens to security.
Applicability of ch. 65-456.
Judgments in case of failure to establish liens; personal and deficiency judgments or decrees.
Other actions not barred.
Remedies in case of fraud or collusion.
Insurance proceeds liable for demands.
Disbursing agent and others may rely on owner’s notices.
Moneys received for real property improvements; penalty for misapplication.
Payment on construction contracts.
Lender responsibilities with construction loans.
Making or furnishing false statement.