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at the Maine State Law and Legislative Reference Library

If your question is answerable with internet or digital resources we will respond with the information via email and provide links or PDF attachments. Some questions can only be answered by photocopying or lending materials and sending them via mail, fax, or FedEx. In that case service and copy charges may apply, as well as various lending policies.  Before we can send you photocopies we need your consent to be invoiced. Please check the permission box below.

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The Law Library will be closed
for Patriot's Day
on Monday, April 20, 2015


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Legislative  Government   ME Resident  Nonresident  Attorney 

Please keep in mind that we are not attorneys and cannot give legal advice, interpret or explain statutes, or describe how a particular statute would apply to your situation or question. Phrase your question as clearly and completely as possible, using any important keywords that might aid our research. We are not subject specialists and may know little about your topic. If your question is unclear or incomplete a reference librarian will need to contact you for more information.


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Email me links to online resources and/or attach PDF scans of relevant information.
Mail me photocopies, along with an invoice, and I will remit payment.
4th class mail (insert your address above)
1st class mail (insert your address above)
Fax up to 30 pages (additional charges apply; insert your fax number and address above)
Mail me lending volumes from your collection (in Maine only) along with a return mailing label.

 Updated 1/28/2015