2A:44-19.2. Lien for charges or services
2. Any person who performs dry cleaning, pressing, glazing, dyeing, washing, laundering, alteration, tailoring or repairs, or uses or furnishes materials or supplies, upon any garment, clothing, wearing apparel (exclusive of furs), draperies, curtains, carpets or rugs, slipcovers or furniture covers, or stores any of the same, at the request of or with the consent of a customer, shall have a lien thereon for the agreed charges for the work, services, storage, materials or supplies, or, in the event there has been no agreed charge, for the reasonable value thereof.
L.1983,c.528,s.2; amended 1991,c.480.
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