Article XI - Corporations
Section 4 Corporations subject to eminent domain—trial by jury.
The exercise of the power and right of eminent domain shall never be construed or abridged to prevent the taking by law of the property and franchises of corporations and subjecting them to public use. The right of trial by jury shall be held inviolate in all trials of claims
for compensation, when the rights of any corporation are affected by any exercise of said power of eminent domain.
Source: Const. of 1875, Art. XI, Sec. 4.
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