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New Jersey Statutes Title 2A. Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice 2A § 17-23

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The appraisers shall appoint a time and place where they will make their appraisement, and shall cause at least 5 days' notice in writing thereof to be given to the execution plaintiff or his attorney, at which time and place they shall, in the presence of the execution plaintiff or his attorney, if either see fit to attend, proceed with the appraisement, and set down in writing a particular account of the articles and things appraised, with their respective values annexed, and sign the same.

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