The Vermont Statutes, 1894; Including the Public Acts of 1894, with the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitutions of the United States, and the State of Vermont

The Vermont Statutes, 1894; Including the Public Acts of 1894, with the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitutions of the United States, and the State of Vermont

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...days' notice in writing of the time and place when the application will be heard. SEO. 3812. A railroad corporation may enter upon and take lands necessary for depot accommodations as provided by law and its act of incorporation. SEO. 3813. No land without the limits of its road shall be Land withonttho road taken by a railroad. corporation for the 1-equisite and convenient 3358; G_ s_ 23' accommodation of 1ts road, without the permission of the ovi1er 16;1851.N0-49. b'thereof, unless the commissioners, on the application of the cor-61 Vt' 1' poration, and after twelve days' notice to the owner, first pre scribe the limits within which such land shall be taken. APPRAISAL OF DAMAGES. SEC. 3814. When a railroad corporation has not acquired, A pummel: of coniby gift or purchase, land, real estate or property, taken or re- _'1'J'_;';;', _';, '9. G_ S13' quired for the construction, maintenance and convenient accom-17; 1849, 510-41. modation of its road, and if the parties do not agree as to the 251%, _, _,8 v, _ 101 price of such lands and other property, any two judges of thef- 5Yt--363--f0fI-451 supreme court, upon application for that purpose by the cor- l: '_'_., (;%'_ poration, shall appoint three disinterested commissioners, o11e28Vt-1_03-f 'lt-47of whom shall be an inhabitant of the town and all shall be,3, ';;'g', .; inhabitants of the county in which the land or other property to be appraised is situated, to determine the damages which the owners of such lands or property have sustained by the occupa tion of the same for the purposes aforesaid. SEC. 3815. The commissioners shall give...show more

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  • 9781236980625