What is the limitation for an unpaid vendor’s lien when a property is sold?

Alberta, Canada


The following excerpt is from H Ash & Associates Ltd v Banham, 2014 ABQB 718 (CanLII):

The limitation for an unpaid vendor’s lien runs from the date the property is sold or when demand for payment is made: see for example, Leacock v. Leacock, 2009 ABQB 525 at paragraph 20.

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