N.J.S.A 2A:44-32. Lien not impaired by taking judgment for money due; enforcement by levy and sale under execution

2A:44-32. Lien not impaired by taking judgment for money due; enforcement by levy and sale under execution

A lien held by a person upon chattels in his possession for labor or materials furnished in the repair or construction thereof, shall not be waived, merged or impaired by the recovery of a judgment for the moneys due for such labor or material, but the lien may be enforced by levy and sale under execution upon the judgment.

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