§ 10-5-1 Power of eminent domain in internal improvement or public utility corporations
§ 10-5-2 Condemnation for ways and rights-of-way, etc., by railroad companies
§ 10-5-2.1 Railroads authorized to transfer abandoned rights-of-way
§ 10-5-3 Condemnation for rights-of-way or easements by mining, manufacturing, industrial, power and quarrying companies
§ 10-5-4 Condemnation of ways and rights-of-way by companies constructing, operating or maintaining internal improvement or public utility
§ 10-5-5 Construction through curtilage of house, etc., without consent prohibited
§ 10-5-6 Condemnation of water sources, riparian rights and necessary lands by waterworks corporation
§ 10-5-7 Condemnation of lands for depots, yards and tracks by railroads
§ 10-5-8 Rights of condemning corporations in selection of routes and sites
§ 10-5-9 Operation of transportation methods for persons or property by railroad, mining, manufacturing and quarrying companies
§ 10-5-10 Conveyance of franchises, rights, roadbed and property to another railroad corporation
§ 10-5-11 Aiding of another corporation in railroad construction or entering into line arrangements
§ 10-5-12 Operation of railroads or canals without state and making extensions within state by railroad, mining, manufacturing and quarrying companies
§ 10-5-13 Construction and operation of connections to public ways by mining, manufacturing and quarrying corporations
§ 10-5-14 Contracting with local authorities on use of public roads and places by internal improvement and public utility corporations

Terms Used In Alabama Code > Title 10 > Chapter 5

  • alea: The Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency. See Alabama Code 41-9-590
  • CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES: Federal, state, local, and tribal public agencies that perform substantial activities or planning for activities relating to the identification, apprehension, prosecution, adjudication, or rehabilitation of civil, traffic, and criminal offenders. See Alabama Code 41-9-590
  • CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION: Data necessary for criminal justice agencies to perform their duties and enforce existing law. See Alabama Code 41-9-590
  • offense: Any act that is a felony, misdemeanor, state violation, municipal ordinance violation, or violation, or an act of delinquency. See Alabama Code 41-9-590
  • Probation officers: Screen applicants for pretrial release and monitor convicted offenders released under court supervision.
  • secretary: The Secretary of the Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency. See Alabama Code 41-9-590
  • USER AGENCY: Any agency or entity that subscribes to, accesses, or views any ALEA information system or service provided under the authority of this article. See Alabama Code 41-9-590