2A:33-6. Property subject to distraint for rent
A landlord or his duly authorized agent may, for arrears of rent, distrain:
a. The goods and chattels of his tenant, found upon the demised premises, except such as are by law exempt from distraint and except the goods and chattels of another in possession of the tenant;
b. The live stock of his tenant, found upon the demised premises or upon premises appurtenant thereto, except the property of another in the tenant’s possession; and
C. All products of the soil severed from the soil and remaining upon any part of the land charged with such rent; and
d. All fruits or products of the soil, growing or being upon the demised premises, which the landlord or his agent may sever and remove from such premises to a safe and proper place on the premises or, if there be no such place thereon, to some other place to be procured by the landlord, due notice of which place shall be given to the tenant or left at his place of abode.
The property so subject to distraint shall be appraised, sold and disposed of at the time and in the manner provided in this chapter.
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