NJ Statute: 2A:34-26. Attachment of property.
When a spouse or one partner in a civil union couple cannot be found within this State to be served with process, the spouse’s or partner’s estate, property and effects within this State and the rents and profits thereof may be attached to compel the spouse’s or partner’s appearance and performance of any judgment or order which may be made in the action. Where the proceedings are by process of attachment and the defendant does not appear, the judgment shall be enforceable only out of and against the property attached.
Amended 1988, c.153, s.8; 2006, c.103, s.83.
AKA: NJ Divorce Law 2A:34-26. Attachment.
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