SEC. 77-3-211. Notice prior to construction; inspection during construction and upon completion; deviations.
Before construction shall be undertaken pursuant to paragraph (b) of section 77-3-203 or section 77-3-205, five days' written notice shall be given to the public service commission and any other public body having lawful authority over standards of such construction, the public utility affected, and each owner instituting proceedings unless notice for that period shall be waived. Each party in interest and each public body affected shall have the right of entry and inspection of such construction as it progresses and, in addition to any other remedy at law or in equity, may obtain a cease and desist order from the commission to prevent any unauthorized deviation from the plans or modifications thereof approved by said commission or from the reasonable requirements of said commission or other public body aforesaid. All parties entitled to notice shall have the right of inspection of such facilities upon completion. No public utility shall be obliged to accept any conveyance or assignment of such facilities that may be disapproved by said commission or other public body having lawful authority over standards of construction or use of the same or that may be subject to any lien or encumbrance other than the obligation of reimbursement provided for by this article.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 7716-55; Laws, 1968, ch. 504, Sec. 5, eff from and after passage (approved July 4, 1968).