Maine Self Storage Association Submits Lien-Law Changes to Legislature

The Maine Self-Storage Association (MeSSA) successfully submitted changes for the states Self-Service Storage Act to the Maine Legislature this month.

The Maine Self-Storage Association (MeSSA) successfully submitted changes for the states Self-Service Storage Act to the Maine Legislature this month. Sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Jonathan Courtney and co-sponsored by Senator Ron Collins, the bill changes are designed to streamline the lien process for self-storage operators across the state. The proposed modifications include the removal of the newspaper-advertisement requirement for lien sales, and an update of notification requirements to allow electronic mail.

MeSSA will be looking for facility owners/operators to appear in defense of the changes. Interested parties do not have to be a an association member to show their support.

Information about MeSSA can be found at www.mainessa.com.

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