2015 Code of Alabama
Title 10A - ALABAMA BUSINESS AND NONPROFIT ENTITIES CODE.
Chapter 21 - CERTAIN POWERS, RIGHTS, AND DUTIES OF CORPORATIONS.
Article 2 - Corporate Powers of Eminent Domain.
- Section 10A-21-2.01 - Power of eminent domain in internal improvement or public utility corporations.
- Section 10A-21-2.02 - Condemnation for ways and rights-of-way, etc., by railroad companies.
- Section 10A-21-2.03 - Railroads authorized to transfer abandoned rights-of-way.
- Section 10A-21-2.04 - Condemnation for rights-of-way or easements by mining, manufacturing, industrial, power, and quarrying companies.
- Section 10A-21-2.05 - Condemnation of ways and rights-of-way by companies constructing, operating, or maintaining internal improvement or public utility.
- Section 10A-21-2.06 - Construction through curtilage of house, etc., without consent prohibited.
- Section 10A-21-2.07 - Condemnation of water sources, riparian rights and necessary lands by waterworks corporation.
- Section 10A-21-2.08 - Condemnation of lands for depots, yards, and tracks by railroads.
- Section 10A-21-2.09 - Rights of condemning corporations in selection of routes and sites.
- Section 10A-21-2.10 - Operation of transportation methods for persons or property by railroad, mining, manufacturing, and quarrying companies.
- Section 10A-21-2.11 - Conveyance of franchises, rights, roadbed, and property to another railroad corporation.
- Section 10A-21-2.12 - Aiding of another corporation in railroad construction or entering into line arrangements.
- Section 10A-21-2.13 - Operation of railroads or canals without state and making extensions within state by railroad, mining, manufacturing, and quarrying companies.
- Section 10A-21-2.14 - Construction and operation of connections to public ways by mining, manufacturing, and quarrying corporations.
- Section 10A-21-2.15 - Contracting with local authorities on use of public roads and places by internal improvement and public utility corporations.
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