2A:44-62. Lien not enforceable against vessel seized under process of United States courts
No proceeding had under this article to enforce a lien shall be had against a vessel seized by virtue of process issuing from a United States court having admiralty jurisdiction while the vessel is actually held under such seizure, nor against a vessel sold by order of such court except for debts contracted after the sale. Nothing in this section shall be construed to impair the validity of a lien created by this article, the payment of which shall be ordered, adjudged or decreed by a court of the United States.
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