2019 Massachusetts General Laws
Part I - Administration of the Government
Title XXII - Corporations
Chapter 161 - Street Railways
Section 69 - Purchase of Connecting or Intersecting Line of Company Organized in Another State

Universal Citation: MA Gen L ch 161 § 69 (2019)

Section 69. A domestic company may purchase from a street railway company incorporated under the laws of another state so much of the railway, franchise and property of such other company as is located or used and exercised within this commonwealth when the railway of such other company connects with, intersects, or forms a continuous line with that of the purchasing company; provided, that the facilities for travel on the railway of each of said companies within this commonwealth shall not thereby be diminished, or the rates of fare increased; and provided, that no such purchase shall be valid or binding until the terms thereof have been approved by the department as required by section fifty-four of chapter one hundred and fifty-nine.

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