New York Consolidated Laws, Lien Law - LIE § 185. Lien of manufacturers and throwsters of silk goods




All persons or corporations engaged in the business of manufacturing, spinning or throwing silk into yarn or other goods, shall be entitled to a lien upon the goods and property of others in their possession for the amount of any account that may be due them, from the owners of such silk, by reason of any work and labor performed, and materials furnished in or about the manufacturing, spinning or throwing of the same, or other goods, of such owner or owners.  Such lien shall not be waived or impaired by the taking of any note or notes for the moneys so due, or for the work and labor performed and materials furnished.





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