2015 Code of Alabama
Title 10 - CORPORATIONS, PARTNERSHIPS, AND ASSOCIATIONS.
Chapter 5 - POWERS, RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF CERTAIN CORPORATIONS.
- Section 10-5-1 - Power of eminent domain in internal improvement or public utility corporations.
- Section 10-5-2 - Condemnation for ways and rights-of-way, etc., by railroad companies.
- Section 10-5-2.1 - Railroads authorized to transfer abandoned rights-of-way.
- Section 10-5-3 - Condemnation for rights-of-way or easements by mining, manufacturing, industrial, power and quarrying companies.
- Section 10-5-4 - Condemnation of ways and rights-of-way by companies constructing, operating or maintaining internal improvement or public utility.
- Section 10-5-5 - Construction through curtilage of house, etc., without consent prohibited.
- Section 10-5-6 - Condemnation of water sources, riparian rights and necessary lands by waterworks corporation.
- Section 10-5-7 - Condemnation of lands for depots, yards and tracks by railroads.
- Section 10-5-8 - Rights of condemning corporations in selection of routes and sites.
- Section 10-5-9 - Operation of transportation methods for persons or property by railroad, mining, manufacturing and quarrying companies.
- Section 10-5-10 - Conveyance of franchises, rights, roadbed and property to another railroad corporation.
- Section 10-5-11 - Aiding of another corporation in railroad construction or entering into line arrangements.
- Section 10-5-12 - Operation of railroads or canals without state and making extensions within state by railroad, mining, manufacturing and quarrying companies.
- Section 10-5-13 - Construction and operation of connections to public ways by mining, manufacturing and quarrying corporations.
- Section 10-5-14 - Contracting with local authorities on use of public roads and places by internal improvement and public utility corporations.
Disclaimer: These codes may not be the most recent version. Alabama may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained on this site or the information linked to on the state site. Please check official sources.