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North Carolina General Statutes 1-44.1 - Presumption of abandonment of railroad right-of-way

North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 1 > Article 4 > § 1-44.1 - Presumption of abandonment of railroad right-of-way


Current as of: 2010

Any railroad which has removed its tracks from a right-of-way and has not replaced them in whole or in part within a period of seven (7) years after such removal and which has not made any railroad use of any part of such right-of-way after such removal of tracks for a period of seven (7) years after such removal, shall be presumed to have abandoned the railroad right-of-way.

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