LeBlanc Denied Life Estate

A too tall boathouse precipitated a feud between neighbors starting 12 years ago.
Ed Barber
Staff Writer

In the latest round of court proceedings Herman LeBlanc learned the judge will not enforce an unwritten "life estate" agreement he had with his four children to live at his home on Lake Memphremagog in Newport Center. Superior Court Judge Robert Bent ruled the life estate clause was removed in 1996 shortly after LeBlanc divided three properties into four quarterly shares for his children. Read more in the Newport Daily Express.