N.J.S.A 2A:44-56. Rights and title of owners of lumber or boats taken up

2A:44-56. Rights and title of owners of lumber or boats taken up

Any person, or his agent, presenting such a written claim and paying the compensation, together with the expenses of the advertisement thereof, pursuant to this article, shall be entitled to the immediate possession thereof, and, as against the person taking up any such lumber or craft, such claim shall, in all courts of this state, be conclusive evidence of title.

This section shall not be construed to affect in any way the title to any such lumber or craft as between any person claiming ownership thereof and other claimants thereto.

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