Whenever the lien or liens established by judgment pursuant to this article shall
amount to one thousand dollars or more, and there be no stay pending appeal, the department
shall appoint a receiver of the rents and profits of such premises. Such receiver shall give security for the performance of his duties in the manner
and form fixed by the department. He shall have the powers and duties of a receiver of rents and profits of real estate
appointed by the supreme court; provided, that the corporation counsel shall act
as his counsel and the receiver shall not be allowed any expenditure for counsel fees,
and his commissions shall be ten per centum of his collections, which sum shall be
full compensation for his services and those of any agent or agents whom he may employ. Such receivership shall continue until the amount of such liens with interest thereon
at the rate of six per centum, and of the commissions, have been fully paid; provided,
that nothing in this section shall be construed to prevent any prior lienor from applying
to the court in a proper case for a receiver of the premises.
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