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Re: OT private road.

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[quote="JOB"](quoted from post at 04:19:12 07/09/13) Don't know the laws in your state but if the city, county, or state maintains a private road for 7 years (in Minnesota) it becomes public property. I would bet it is the same in all states.[/quote]

not so in PA the township maintained our road for 50 years. They stopped because it was never "formally" taken over. We went to court won the first 2 rounds they took it further and we lost. now maintain our own road.

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 Re: OT private road. in reply to longear, 07-09-2013 05:03:17  
And that right there is why the township, etc does not want to maintain 'private' roads. None of these municipal units have any money for that so they skin out of taking on anything other than what's already been implicitly deeded to them. In one of the local municipalities here they simply do not allow 'private roads' as a matter of course so that they avoid these cluster f****. If you want to subdivide a property you need to grant 20' of deeded access to each parcel on the main road... or you can build at your own expense a subdivision road... built to highway standards that includes removal of organic soil to hardpan, subbase of 2" minus rock, base of 1" minus... then asphalt top. If it's in town... you add water and sewer... and regardless you add electric utilities. All at developers expense. What used to go on here is that someone would do a subdivision, bulldoze a donkey path into it, get 20 screaming residents in on said donkey path... and then hang the county to upgrade the road. That doesn't happen anymore...


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