The Road Laws of California: Embracing the Provisions of the Constitution, and of the Four Codes Relating to Highways, Bridges, and the Condemnation of Lands for Public Use. As Amended in 1887 (Google eBook)

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Bancroft-Whitney, 1887 - Highway law - 91 pages
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Page 70 - ... as well as all damages that may be sustained by the defendant, if, for any cause, the property shall not be finally taken for public use...
Page 72 - Except as otherwise provided in this chapter the provisions of part two of this code are applicable to, and constitute the rules of practice in the proceedings mentioned in this chapter.
Page 65 - The following is a classification of the estates and rights in lands subject to be taken for public use ; 1. A fee simple, when taken for public buildings or grounds, or for permanent buildings, for reservoirs and dams, and permanent flooding occasioned thereby, or for an outlet for a flow, or a place for the deposit of de'bris or tailings of a mine; 2.
Page 67 - ... 3. A statement of the right of the plaintiff; 4. If a right of way be sought, the complaint must show the location, general route, and termini, and must be accompanied with a map thereof, so far as the same is involved in the action or proceeding; 5.
Page 64 - Roads, tunnels, ditches, flumes, pipes and dumping places for working mines; also outlets, natural or otherwise, for the flow, deposit, or conduct of tailings or refuse matter from mines; also an occupancy in common by the owners or possessors of different mines of any place for the flow, deposit or conduct of tailings or refuse matter from their several mines.
Page 7 - The General Assembly shall not pass local or special laws in any of the following enumerated cases, that is to say : Regulating the jurisdiction and duties of justices of the peace and of constables; For the punishment of crimes and misdemeanors...
Page 59 - The amount of dividends made, and the indebtedness of the corporation, specifying for what it was incurred; Sec.
Page 70 - ... possession, to continue therein, and if not, then to take possession of and use the property during fhe pendency of and until the final conclusion of the litigation, and may, if necessary, stay all actions and proceedings against the plaintiff on account thereof.
Page 68 - If the property sought to be condemned constitutes only a part of a larger parcel, the damages which will accrue to the portion not sought to be condemned, by reason of its severance from the portion sought to be condemned, and the construction of the Improvement in the manner proposed by the plaintiff...
Page 68 - The court, jury, or referee must hear such legal testimony as may be offered by any of the parties to the proceedings, and therenpon must ascertain and assess: 1. The value of the property sought to be condemned, and all improvements thereon pertaining to the realty...

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