The Vermont Statutes Online
Subchapter 012 : BYLAWS AND ORDINANCES(Cite as: 24 App. V.S.A. ch. 251, § 1203)
§ 251-1203. Fines
(a) For the breach of any bylaw, rule, regulation, or ordinance, the Village may impose a fine as specified therein. The court or Judicial Bureau shall impose the costs of prosecution in addition to the fine, in case of a conviction, and when it is necessary to abate a nuisance, the expense of abatement may be imposed upon the delinquent in addition to such fine and costs.
(b) If any person while residing without this State and while owning real or personal property within the Village shall with and by means of the real or personal estate or by his or her agents and servants violate any of the ordinances which the Village is authorized to make, the Village may sue for and recover the penalty for violation of such ordinance in an action founded on this statute and shall proceed in the same manner as by law is now provided in civil actions against persons residing without the State. (Amended 2015, No. M-13 (Adj. Sess.), § 2, eff. Feb. 24, 2016.)