Law Court Iinvites Amicus Briefs in Appeal of Property-Tax Exemption for Private School as Scientific or Literary Institution

Law Court Iinvites Amicus Briefs in Appeal of Property-Tax Exemption for Private School as Scientific or Literary Institution

October 17, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — The Maine Supreme Judicial Court, sitting as the Law Court, invites briefs of amici curiae in Hebron Academy v. Town of Hebron, Law Court docket number Oxf-12-95, scheduled to be argued during the December 2012 session of the Court. The appeal involves the classification of a private secondary and postsecondary school as a “literary” or “scientific” institution for purposes of the property-tax statute, 36 M.R.S. ? 652(1)(B) (2011).

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