2A:44-3. Removal of aircraft; seizure; costs of seizure
A person acquiring a lien under section 2A:44-2 of this title shall not lose the same by reason of allowing the aircraft, or part thereof, to be removed from his control, and if so removed, he may, after demand of payment of claim either personally or by registered mail if the owner’s address is known, and without further process of law, seize without force and in a peaceable manner, the aircraft or part thereof, wherever found in this state.
A charge of $10 for such seizure shall be paid by the owner of the aircraft or parts thereof.
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