When a town way or private way is laid out, relocated or altered by the selectmen
or road commissioners or by the county commissioners, they shall in their report or
return thereof specify the manner in which such way is laid out, relocated or altered
and shall transmit to the town clerk a description of the location and bounds thereof,
which shall within ten days be recorded by him in a book kept for that purpose; and
no town shall contest the legality of a way laid out by it and accepted and recorded
as provided in this chapter. Sections twenty-six to thirty-two, inclusive, shall apply to cities.
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