§ 6A-7-602 Judicial process against goods
covered by negotiable document of title.
Unless a document of title was originally issued upon delivery of the goods by
a person that did not have power to dispose of them, a lien does not attach by
virtue of any judicial process to goods in the possession of a bailee for which
a negotiable document of title is outstanding unless possession or control of
the document is first surrendered to the bailee or the document's negotiation
is enjoined. The bailee may not be compelled to deliver the goods pursuant to
process until possession or control of the document is surrendered to the
bailee or to the court. A purchaser of the document for value without notice of
the process or injunction takes free of the lien imposed by judicial process.
(P.L. 2006, ch. 112, § 6; P.L. 2006, ch. 135, § 6.)