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Wesson v. Town of Bremen Download as PDF Back to Opinions page MAINE SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT Reporter of Decisions Decision: 1999 ME 56 Docket: Ken-98-337 Argued: January 6, 1999 Decided: April 14, 1999 Panel:WATHEN, C.J., and CLIFFORD, RUDMAN, DANA, SAUFLEY, and CALKINS, JJ.
LAURENCE N. WESSON et al. v. TOWN OF BREMEN
PER CURIAM Laurence and John Wesson, Trustees of the Laurence G. Wesson and Eleanor R. Wesson Irrevocable Trust, appeal from a judgment entered in the Superior Court (Kennebec County, Studstrup, J.) affirming a decision of the State Board of Property Tax Review denying their request for an abatement. The Wessons contend that they are entitled to an abatement because the Trust land was substantially overvalued and because the assessors of the Town of Bremen used a discriminatory valuation method. Because the Court is evenly divided, we affirm the judgment. The entry is Judgment affirmed.
Attorney for plaintiffs: Eliot Field, Esq., (orally) P O Box 583 Wiscasset, ME 04578-0583 Attorney for defendant: Jonathan C. Hull, Esq., (orally) P O Box 880 Damariscotta, ME 04543-0880