The lien attaches as of the date the personal property is brought to the self-service storage facility and continues so long as the owner retains possession and until the default is corrected, or a sale is conducted, or the property is otherwise disposed of to satisfy the lien.
From our review of the record, we find no indication that the trial court provided any notice at all to the plaintiffs before dismissing the action pursuant to Rule 4(b). The trial court erred when it dismissed the action without giving at least 14 days' notice to the plaintiffs that their case was subject to dismissal for failure to effect service. Rule 4(b) appears to be merely an attempt to provide some structure to the analysis, creating a presumption that 120 days is long enough, at least for purposes of a dismissal without prejudice.
1975, §2224, which is composed of 12 members of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama and the chairman of each of four councils provided for by statute.
The 16 members function under the leadership of a chairman and a vice chairman elected by the membership for a term of four years." "The State Committee of Public Health meets monthly.
In addition, the Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure “are to be construed liberally to effect the purpose of the rules.” B & M Homes, Inc. Hogan, 376 So.2d 667, 674 (Ala.1979) (emphasis added). On June 12, 2013, more than 210 days after the plaintiffs filed suit, the trial court dismissed the case for lack of service. (permitting involuntary dismissal “[f]or failure of the plaintiff to prosecute or to comply with these rules or any order of court”). Nothing in the language of Rule 41(b) or Rule 4(b) indicates that Rule 41(b) could not apply in a case such as this.
On May 3, 2013, over 180 days after filing suit, the plaintiffs attempted to effect in-person service through the sheriff's office. P., however, expresses no such 14–day–notice requirement in providing that “[f]or failure of the plaintiff to prosecute or comply with these rules” the trial court may order the involuntary dismissal of a complaint.