N.J.S.A 2A:33-21. Liability of tenant for removing or concealing property subject to distraint

2A:33-21. Liability of tenant for removing or concealing property subject to distraint

Any tenant who removes or conceals any of his personal property subject to distraint by his landlord, with intent to delay, hinder, or defraud said landlord, shall be liable for the damages resulting therefrom, to his landlord; and in any action to recover such damages if it shall appear that the action of the tenant was willful, the landlord shall be entitled to recover double damages.

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