2A:44-48. Lien of hotel, apartment hotel, inn and boarding house proprietor
The proprietor of any hotel, apartment hotel, inn or boarding house shall have a lien on all baggage, and other property belonging to any guest, or brought upon the premises by any guest, tenant, boarder or lodger, for the amount of his bill due to the proprietor thereof for the hire or rent of rooms, board, lodging, cash advanced or other accommodations furnished in said hotel, apartment hotel, inn or boarding house, and shall have the right, without process of law, to retain the same until the said amount of indebtedness is discharged.
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