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Contract – Possessory Liens – Personal Property – Motorcycle Engines – Tort/Negligence – Conversion – Trespass to Chattels (access required)

Vaseleniuck Engine Development, LLC v. Sabertooth Motorcycles, LLC After plaintiff notified defendant that plaintiff was asserting a possessory lien on 35 of the 50 motorcycle engines that defendant had ordered and partially paid for, defendant requested a judicial hearing. Nonetheless, plaintiff sold three of the engines at auction. Although the evidence before the trial court was sufficient to raise an inference that plaintiff failed to substantially comply with G.S. § 44A-4, this is a factual issue which can be determined only by a jury.

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