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The 2017 Florida Statutes

Title VI
CIVIL PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
Chapter 85
ENFORCEMENT OF STATUTORY LIENS
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F.S. 85.021
85.021 Enforcement by persons not in privity with the owner.A person not in privity with the owner may resort to any of the remedies prescribed by s. 85.011. The judgment may provide for the recovery from the contractor or other person for whom the labor or material was furnished, if the contractor or other person is joined in the action, of the amount due by him or her, and from the owner of the amount due by the owner to the contractor or other person as aforesaid, at the time of the service of the notice provided for by s. 713.75 of part II of chapter 713, as well as enforce the lien against the property of such owner for such amount, but only one satisfaction of the judgment shall be had. Although no lien is found to exist and no judgment rendered against the owner, judgment may be rendered against the contractor or other person for whom the labor or materials were furnished for the amount due by him or her.
History.RS 1744; s. 15, ch. 5143, 1903; GS 2213; RGS 3520; CGL 5383; s. 37, ch. 67-254; s. 456, ch. 95-147.
Note.Former s. 86.07.