Maine Alliance for Road Associations
Patricia Dignard wrote:Knowing a who was member taken to court, I will advise that the judge ruled the assessment had to be "fair and equitable". Along those lines he determined that if you did not have to use the remainder of the road to access your land or cottage, you should not have to pay for it. Thus having set a precedent in the court. This also could apply to the snowplowing, when some associations have determined that they would assess members by the amount of time spent here. In other words, if you are here six months, you should pay that share of "maintenance", but if not here year round, should not have to pay for "Maintenance" in the winter. I would like to know how other association members feel about this.
Patricia Dignard wrote: The law states that I am only liable for the "repair" of the road from my parcel of land to the main road....as it should be...
The Maine Alliance for Road Associations