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Maine Revised Statutes Title 38. Waters and Navigation § 703. Defenses

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The owner or occupant of such mill or canal may answer that the plaintiff has no right, title or estate in the lands alleged to be injured; or that he has a right to maintain such dam, and flow the lands, or divert the water for an agreed price, or without any compensation; or any other matter, which may show that the plaintiff cannot maintain the action; but he shall not answer that the land described is not injured by such dam or canal.

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