Is a lien against a vendor waived by the fact that the vendor is suing the vendor for unpaid purchase money?

Saskatchewan, Canada


The following excerpt is from Dick v. Lambert, 1916 CanLII 219 (SK CA):

In Flint v. Smith (1860), 8 Grant 339, it was decided that “the lien of a vendor for unpaid purchase money is not waived by the fact of his suing and recovering judgment for the amount.”

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