2A:44-13. Sale of perishable goods; application to court; procedure
2A:44-13. Where the consignee of perishable goods cannot be found by the carrier or shall neglect or refuse to receive the same or to pay the costs and expenses of transportation, or the charges for detention or demurrage, the carrier or its agent may apply in writing to the Superior Court and such court on proof that the goods have been transported and are perishable and that the consignee cannot be found or neglects or refuses to receive the same or to pay the costs and expenses of transportation, detention or demurrage charges, shall order the public sale thereof by a constable or sheriff of the county at a time and place named in the order, of which sale such advertisement shall be made and notice given as the court shall direct.
L.1951 (1st SS), C. 344; amended 1991,C. 91,S.90.
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