N.J.S.A 2A:33-13. Procedure if landlord fails to proceed with appraisement; selection

2A:33-13. Procedure if landlord fails to proceed with appraisement; selection

If the landlord, his attorney or agent shall not, within 2 days after being served with a written request from his tenant so to do, proceed and have the distrained property appraised, the tenant may, after 5 days’ notice thereof to his landlord, his attorney or agent, apply to the sheriff or a constable of the county and have the property inventoried and appraised. The property reserved for the use of the family of the tenant may thereupon be selected as provided by section 2A:33-12 of this title.

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