If labor is performed or materials furnished by contract with the lessee of real property
for a term of years, and if before the expiration of the term by lapse of time the
lessee's interest therein shall, from any cause, be forfeited or surrendered to the
lessor, and if the lessor refuses to pay for the labor or materials furnished, the
person furnishing the labor or materials may remove the same from the premises, if
this can be done without material injury to any previous improvement on the premises.
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