N.J.S.A 2A:33-10. Sale of distrained property; notice

2A:33-10. Sale of distrained property; notice

After the inventory and appraisement, the person distrained for rent shall sell at public vendue the property so distrained. He shall give 5 days’ public notice by advertising the articles to be sold and the time and place of sale, in at least 3 of the most public places in the municipality where the distress shall be made, and sell the same for the best price that can be secured towards satisfaction of the rent and charges of the distress, appraisement and sale, leaving the overplus, if any, with the sheriff or constable for the owner’s use.

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