Civil Court Rules and Jury Charges

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

2A:19-12. Exemption to assignor

2A:19-12. Exemption to assignor
In case of any general assignment, other than a general assignment of partnership property or by a corporation, there shall be reserved of the goods and chattels of any assignor having a family residing in this state, goods and chattels to the value of $500, and all wearing apparel for the use of the assignor and his family. The assignee shall, at the written demand of the assignor, as soon after the assignment is executed as conveniently may be, cause a just and true appraisement of the assignor's goods and chattels at their actual value. The appraisement shall be made by 2 appraisers appointed by the assignee. The assignee shall thereafter set apart for the use of the assignor and his family such of the goods and chattels as the assignor may select from the appraisement, not exceeding in value the said sum of $500.

L.1951 (1st SS), c.344.

2A:19-13. Assignee's general powers as successor to assignor
Every assignee shall have as full power and authority to dispose of all of the assignor's property, except as otherwise may be provided, as the assignor had at the time of the general assignment. He may sue for and recover in his own name everything belonging or appertaining to the estate. He may compromise, settle and compound all claims, disputes and litigations of the assignor, refer the same to arbitration, agree with any person concerning the same, redeem all mortgages and conditional contracts, and generally act as and do whatsoever the assignor might have lawfully done in the premises.