SB 1516: Right of Eminent Domain for Natural Gas Companies
GENERAL BILL by Evers
Right of Eminent Domain for Natural Gas Companies; Citing this act as the "Buck McCulley Private Property Rights Protection Act"; providing legislative intent that if an interstate natural gas company or an entity that is subject to regulation under the federal Natural Gas Act, 15 U.S.C. s. 717, files condemnation proceedings in federal court to acquire property from property owners of this state, the same protections afforded to property owners under state law be applied in federal court, to the greatest extent possible; providing legislative intent that certain condemnation proceedings to acquire private property from property owners of this state be filed in state court rather than federal court under certain circumstances, etc.
Last Action: 5/1/2015 Senate - Died in Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities (CU)
- Judiciary (JU)
- Fiscal Policy (FP)
• Referred to Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities; Judiciary; Fiscal Policy -SJ 141
• Introduced -SJ 141
• Died in Communications, Energy, and Public Utilities
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