New Jersey Statutes Title 2A. Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice 2A § 15-75
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If in any cause moneys are deposited with any court of this state, and any person shall hold a judgment in any of the courts of this state against any person entitled to the moneys, or any part thereof, the court in which the moneys are deposited shall, upon application made in the cause by or in behalf of such judgment creditor, and upon proof by affidavit or otherwise, as the court directs, that the residence of the person entitled to such moneys is unknown and cannot be ascertained, order and direct such moneys to be applied upon such judgment. It shall not be necessary that the judgment creditor be, or be admitted as, a party defendant in such cause.
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