Section: Application of act.
If it is found that any party chargeable under any lien or certificate of debt filed pursuant to this act is possessed of any goods, rights, credits, chattels, moneys or effects which are held by any person, firm, or corporation for the present or subsequent use of said individual, then the lien or certificate of debt provided for herein, or a notice of the existence of said lien or certificate of debt, may be forwarded by registered or certified mail to said person, firm or corporation and shall become binding upon any property rights so held. Such person, firm or corporation shall thereafter be precluded from disposing of said property rights until said lien or certificate of debt is satisfied or until the department consents thereto, or until the procedure set forth in section 13 of this amendatory and supplementary act is followed.
Any person, firm or corporation disposing of any such property or moneys after receipt of notice of said lien or certificate of debt shall be liable to the department for the value of such property or moneys of which disposition has been made, or the amount set forth in the department's lien or certificate of debt, whichever is less.
L.1979, c. 365, s. 10, eff. Feb. 4, 1980.
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