Ohio mechanic"s lien law
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Ohio mechanic"s lien law attested accounts, laborer"s liens, and performance bonds. by Harold F. Demann

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Published by W. H. Anderson Co. in Cincinnati .
Written in English



  • Ohio.


  • Mechanics" liens -- Ohio.

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Edition Notes

Published in 1929 under title: The mechanic"s lien law of the State of Ohio.

LC ClassificationsKFO155.5 .D4 1953
The Physical Object
Paginationxxii, 652 p.
Number of Pages652
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6140209M
LC Control Number53020016

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