2009 Rhode Island Code
Title 45 - Towns and cities
CHAPTER 45-57 - Winnisimet Farm Road District
§ 45-57-1 - Creation – Corporate powers.

SECTION 45-57-1

   § 45-57-1  Creation – Corporate powers. – (a) There is hereby created a special preservation and management district to be known as the Winnisimet Farm Road District.

   (b) The district consists of those lots of record listed on the town of Tiverton tax assessor's plat map 1-7 Block 179, including cards numbered:

   1    1a    2    2a    3    3a    3b    4    4a    5    6    7    7a    8    8a    9    9a    10    10a    11a    11b    12    12a    13    13a    14    14a    15    15a    16    16a    17    17a 20    26    27    28    29    30    32    33    34    35    36 37    38    39    40    41    42    43    44    45    46    47 48    50    52    53    54    55    56    57    58    59    60 61    62    63    64    65    66    67    67a    68    69    70 71    72    73    74    74a

   (c) The district includes privately owned lots as well as common properties owned by the Winnisimet Farm Association, including ponds, beach accesses, open land and streets and associated improvements, to wit, Hamilton Circle, Indian Point Road, Penny Pond Road, Winnisimet Drive, Arrowhead Drive and Sachem Road.

   (d) Lots owned by the Winnisimet Farm Association as common property are not lots of record for purposes of voting rights or assessments.

   (e) Should any lots be created for future individual ownership, either from common property owned by the Winnisimet Farm Association, or from privately owned property, such newly created lots will be lots of record under the provisions of this act, with future owners incurring all rights and obligations of this chapter.

   (f) As used in this chapter, the term "Winnisimet Farm Association" means that neighborhood association previously incorporated under the laws of this state as a nonprofit corporation, which corporation owns the common properties and roads within the district.

   (g) The district may have a common seal, sue and be sued, and enjoy the powers generally incident to corporations.

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