2019 California Code
Streets and Highways Code - SHC
DIVISION 17 - TOLL FACILITIES AND RELATED MATTERS
CHAPTER 3 - Toll Bridges, Toll Roads, and Toll Ferries Generally
ARTICLE 2 - Regulations
Section 30847.

30847.  

Every corporation incorporated for the purpose of operating a toll bridge or toll ferry may be dissolved in any of the following cases:

(a) If within one year after filing its articles of incorporation, it has not obtained such authority from the governmental agency having authority to issue a franchise therefor, and if within one year thereafter it has not commenced the construction of the bridge, and if within two years after obtaining such authority, there has not been actually expended thereon a sum equal to at least 10 percent of the issued capital stock of the corporation.

(b) If within seven years after the time the authority to construct the bridge was granted, or any lawful extension thereof, the bridge is not completed. The governmental agency may from time to time by order extend the time of completion beyond seven years, if the actual and physical work of constructing the bridge has been diligently prosecuted from the time of commencement up to the time that application for such extension is presented to it.

(c) If the bridge of the corporation is destroyed and is not reconstructed and ready for use within three years thereafter.

(d) If the ferry of any such corporation is not in running order within one year after authority is obtained to establish it, or if at any time thereafter the corporation ceases for a like term consecutively to perform the duties imposed by law.

(Added by Stats. 1947, Ch. 176.)

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