§1802. Jurisdiction over certain transportation companies by the agency of transportation

Link to law: http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/05/024/01802
Published: 2015

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Title

05

:
Aeronautics and Surface Transportation Generally






Chapter

024

:
POWERS AND DUTIES OF BOARD AND AGENCY AS TO COMPANIES OTHER THAN RAILROADS AND AIRCRAFT











 

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1802. Jurisdiction over certain transportation companies by the agency of

transportation and the transportation board

The

transportation board and the agency of transportation shall have jurisdiction

over the following described companies within the state, their directors,

receivers, trustees, lessees, or other persons or companies owning or operating

the companies and of all plants, lines, terminals, facilities, and equipment of

the companies used in or about the business carried on by them in this state.

This jurisdiction shall be exercised by the board and the agency so far as may

be necessary to enable them to perform the duties and exercise the powers

conferred upon them by law. The board and the agency may, when they deem the

public good requires, examine the plants, lines, terminals, facilities, and

equipment of the companies subject to their jurisdiction under this chapter.

The transportation board and the agency of transportation shall have

jurisdiction over the following described companies within the state:

(1) a company

owning or operating motor vehicles used as common carriers;

(2) a company

owning or operating a ferry; and

(3) a company

owning or operating an express business. (Added 1985, No. 224 (Adj. Sess.), §

1.)
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