In many states the landlord has a lien for rent on crops raised on the demised premises,24 and in some states has likewise a lien thereon for any supplies furnished by him to the tenant for the purpose of raising such crops.25 This lien frequently takes priority of all other liens.26

In some states, moreover, a person not the landlord, who makes advances or furnishes supplies for the purpose of enabling the owner of land to raise a crop, may obtain, by agreement made at the time of making the advances or furnishing the supplies, a lien on the crops to be raised.27 In some states, a lien on crops is

Renick, 44 III. 202; Creswell v. Slack, 68 Iowa, 110, 26 N. W. 42. In New York, the statute requiring the sale to be made in three years applies expressly only in favor of a bona fide purchaser of the land. Dodge v. Stevens, 105 N. Y. 585, 12 N. E. 759.

23. Kindersley v. Jervis, 22 Beav. 1; British Mut. Inv. Co. v. Smart, L. R. 10 Ch. App. 567; Smith v. Thomas' Heirs, 14 Lea (Tenn.) 324.

24. See Nelson v. Webb, 54 Ala. 436; Lemay v. Johnson, 35 Ark. 225; Jones v. Fox, 23 Fla. 454, 2 So. 700; Miles v. James, 36 III. 399; Rotzler v. Rotzler, 46 Iowa, 189; Knowles v. Sell, 41 Kan. 171, 21 Pac. 102; Love v. Law, 57 Miss. 596; 2 Tiffany, Landlord & Ten. Sec. 321.

25. See Bell v. Hurst, 75 Ala. 44; Stewart v. Hollins, 47 Miss. 708; Whitmore v. Poindexter, 7 Baxt. (Tenn.) 248; Jones v. Eu-banks, 86 Ga. 616, 12 S. E. 1065; Stafford v. Pearson, 26 La. Ann. 658.

26. Saloy v. Bloch, 136 U. S. 338, 34 L. Ed. 468; Lake v. Gaines, 75 Ala. 143; Brown v. Hamil, 76 Ala. 506; Smith v. Fouche, 55 Ga. 120; Carroll v. Bancker, 43 La. Ann. 1078; Brewer v. Chappell, 101 N. C. 251, 7 S. E. 670; 2 Tiffany, Landlord & Ten., p. 1925 et seq.

27. See Boyett v. Potter, 80 Ala. 476, 2 So. 534; Bank of America v. Fortier, 27 La. Ann. 243; Airey v. Weinstein, 54 Ark. 443, 16 S. W. 123; Herman v. Perkins, 52 Miss. 813; Warder-Bushgiven by statute to laborers employed in making them.28