A lien against land located within a city, town, or village extends to each lot where the house, building, or improvement is situated or on which the labor was provided.
A lien against land not within a city, town, or a village, extends no more than 50 acres on which the house, building, or improvement is situated or on which the labor was performed. The lien also extends to any house, building, fixtures, or improvements and to each lot of land necessarily connected to the real property. However, a lien may not be claimed on two tracts of land that are not contiguous.
Although a lien will not be deemed invalid for being overly broad in the description of the property, a lien covering excess property may open the lien claimant up to liability for slander of title and possibly payment of attorney fees to remove the lien from the excess property.