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(1) Subsequent to recording a declaration under this chapter and while the property remains subject to this chapter, any and all liens will exist only against individual units and the percentage of undivided interest in the common elements appurtenant to such unit, in the same manner and under the same conditions in every respect as liens or encumbrances may arise or be created upon or against any other separate parcel of real property subject to individual ownership.
(2) Any construction lien or suppliers' lien under subch. I of ch. 779 arising as a result of repairs to or improvements of a unit by a unit owner shall be a lien only against the unit.
(3) Any construction lien or suppliers' lien under subch. I of ch. 779 arising as a result of repairs to or improvements of the common elements, if authorized in writing by the association, shall be paid by the association as a common expense and until paid shall be a lien against each unit in proportion to the unit's percentage interest in the common elements. On payment of the proportionate amount by any unit owner to the lienor or on the filing of a written undertaking in the manner specified by s. 779.08, the unit owner shall be entitled to a release of the unit owner's unit from the lien, and the association shall not be entitled to assess the unit owner's unit for payment of the remaining amount due for the repairs or improvements.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wisconsin Statutes Property (Ch. 700 to 710) § 703.22. Construction and suppliers' liens - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wi/property-ch-700-to-710/wi-st-703-22.html
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