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58-30a14. Enforcement of lien; foreclosure petition; priority of liens. (a) A broker may enforce a lien attaching against commercial real estate by filing a petition to foreclose such lien in the district court of the county in which such real estate is located. Failure to file such petition within two years of recording a lien shall extinguish such lien. A claim for a lien extinguished pursuant to this section may not be asserted in subsequent proceedings.

(b) A foreclosure petition shall contain the name of the broker and the broker's license number, the name of the owner or owners of the real estate, a statement of the terms of the contract or agreement on which the lien is based, the date when the contract or agreement was made, a description of the services performed, the amount due and unpaid, a description of the real estate that is subject to the lien and any other facts necessary for a full understanding of the rights of the parties. The plaintiff shall file the action against all known parties who have an interest in such real estate. A foreclosure action for a lien claimed pursuant to this act shall be brought in the manner provided by article 24 of chapter 60 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, and amendments thereto.

(c) Any valid prior recorded liens or mortgages shall have priority over a real estate broker's lien.

History: L. 2005, ch. 179, ยง 14; July 1.

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