§ 33.1-274. Construction of projects
The Board may construct, whenever it shall deem such construction expedient, any of the projects set forth in subdivision (2) of § 33.1-268. The Board may purchase within this Commonwealth, solely from funds provided under the authority of this article, such lands, structures, rights-of-way, franchises, easements and other interests in lands, including lands under water and riparian rights of any person, copartnership, association, railroad or other corporation, or municipality or political subdivision, deemed necessary for the construction of any project, upon such terms and at such prices as may be considered by it to be reasonable and can be agreed upon between it and the owner thereof and may take title thereto in the name of the Commonwealth. The Commonwealth hereby consents to the use of all lands lying under water, which are within the Commonwealth and are necessary for the construction and operation of any project and the approaches and appurtenances thereto, which may be constructed under the provisions of this article. All public or private property damaged or destroyed in carrying out the powers granted hereunder shall be restored or repaired and placed in the original condition, as nearly as practicable, or adequate compensation made therefor, out of funds provided under the authority of this article.
(Code 1950, § 33-234; 1950, p. 147; 1962, c. 273; 1970, c. 322.)Sections: Previous 33.1-267 33.1-268 33.1-269 33.1-270 33.1-271 33.1-272 33.1-273 33.1-274 33.1-275 33.1-276 33.1-277 33.1-278 33.1-279 33.1-279.1 33.1-280 Next
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