Maine Revised Statutes

§10. Harbor master liability

In addition to the immunities from liability and the limitations and defenses provided under the Maine Tort Claims Act, Title 14, sections 8103, 8111 and 8112, a harbor master who, in the performance of statutory duties as set forth in sections 4 and 5, causes any damage to property or any injury to a person shall not be liable for damage or injury, unless the damage or injury is a direct result of the gross negligence, gross recklessness or bad faith intentional misconduct of the harbor master. [1987, c. 655, §7 (AMD).]

1987, c. 412, §§7,8 (NEW). 1987, c. 655, §7 (AMD).