Hi Richard -


I did a quick search at Vermont Statutes Online and don't see anything that
appears to be clearly about stonewalls or removing stonewalls.  They are
often considered boundary markers and should be treated as such, like an
iron pin.  Perhaps a surveyor would know specific statutes regarding them as
boundaries.  The treatment of stonewalls may also be the subject of case law
somewhere.  Another good resource might be Greg Sanford, State Archivist, at
the Secretary of State's office.


Regards - Susie



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Subject: Stone Walls



Does anybody know the laws regarding removal of stone walls on 

private property?


Richard Liebert, Braintree Town Clerk

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