N.J.S.A 2A:44-156. Removal of monument after notice of lien filed; exception

2A:44-156. Removal of monument after notice of lien filed; exception

The superintendent or other person in charge of a cemetery shall not permit the removal, alteration or inscription of a monument against which a lien exists after the notice of the lien has been filed and served as prescribed by this article, except pursuant to the terms of a judgment recovered in an action brought to enforce the lien. No officer or person connected with a cemetery shall hinder or obstruct the removal, in a proper manner, of the monument pursuant to the terms of such judgment.

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