§ 360 Powers Granted to Municipal Corporations to Establish, Own and Operate Certain Public Utility Services
§ 361 Service Beyond Territorial Limits
§ 362 Financing the Cost of Public Utility Service
§ 363 Construction of Public Utility Service
§ 364 Provisions of Public Service Law Applicable
§ 365 Effect of Unconstitutionality in Part
§ 366 Inconsistent Provisions Superseded

Terms Used In New York Laws > General Municipal > Article 14-A - Gas and Electric Service

  • Appeal: A request made after a trial, asking another court (usually the court of appeals) to decide whether the trial was conducted properly. To make such a request is "to appeal" or "to take an appeal." One who appeals is called the appellant.
  • Municipal corporations: as used in this article shall mean a county, city, town or village. See N.Y. General Municipal Law 360
  • Public utility service: as used in this article shall mean any service authorized to be furnished by any public utility company pursuant to article four of the public service law and shall include works, structures, poles, lines, wires, conduits, mains, systems, waterpower and any and all other real and personal property used or necessary for, connected with or appertaining to the furnishing of such service. See N.Y. General Municipal Law 360