MS 1953 [Repealed, 1957 c 943 s 72
160.05 DEDICATION OF ROADS.
Subdivision 1. Six years.
When any road or portion of a road has been used and kept in
repair and worked for at least six years continuously as a public highway by a road authority, it
shall be deemed dedicated to the public to the width of the actual use and be and remain, until
lawfully vacated, a public highway whether it has ever been established as a public highway or
not. Nothing contained in this subdivision shall impair the right, title, or interest of the water
department of any city of the first class secured under Special Laws 1885, chapter 110. This
subdivision shall apply to roads and streets except platted streets within cities.
Subd. 2. Roads on and parallel to railroad right-of-way.
The continued use of any road by
the public upon and parallel to the right-of-way of any railway company shall not constitute such
a road a legal highway or a charge upon the town in which the same is situated, and no right shall
accrue to the public or any individual by such use.
History: 1959 c 500 art 1 s 5; 1973 c 123 art 5 s 7; 1982 c 424 s 40; 1984 c 562 s 5