2013 Summary Of New Maine Laws & Carried Over Legislation

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As an on-going service to our clients, Pierce Atwood is pleased to provide this updated summary of selected new Maine laws enacted during the 126th Maine Legislature’s 1st Regular Session and 1st Special Session, as well as legislation carried over to next year’s 2nd Regular Session.

This updated and corrected report includes summaries of:

- five bonds approved in the August 29 Special Session;

- effective dates for two resolves and three public laws signed by the Governor post adjournment; and

- revisions to nine summaries in the original July 17 report to incorporate omitted amendments.

The 2013 Summary of New Maine Laws & Carried Over Legislation report is provided to help you stay abreast of changes in Maine laws. As always, this report summarizes new laws and carried over bills most pertinent to our clients and is not intended to include all new laws and carried over bills. We hope you find this a useful resource.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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