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58-222.Lien for work, labor or materials supplied by cleaning establishments; foreclosure; notice before sale; inapplicable to stored property. Any person doing any cleaning, pressing, glazing, washing, alteration, repair, or furnishing any materials or supplies for or upon any garment, clothing, wearing apparel, or household goods, shall have a lien thereon for the reasonable value of the unpaid work, labor or material and supplies used, which said lien may be foreclosed in the manner provided by this act. Any garment, clothing, wearing apparel, or household goods remaining in the possession of a person, firm, partnership, or corporation, on which cleaning, pressing, glazing, or washing has been done or upon which alterations or repairs have been made, or on which materials or supplies have been used or furnished, for a period of ninety (90) days or more may after said cleaning, pressing, glazing or washing has been done or said alterations or repairs have been made or said materials or supplies have been used or furnished be sold to pay the reasonable or agreed charges and the cost of notifying the owner or owners: Provided, however, That the person, firm, partnership, or corporation to whom such charges are payable and owing shall first notify the owner or owners of the time and place of such sale: Provided further, That property that is to be placed in storage after any of the services or labors mentioned herein, shall not be affected by the provisions of this section.

History: L. 1961, ch. 266, § 1; June 30.



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