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Section 37-1-1 Commission established.
Section 37-1-2 Seal.
Section 37-1-3 Election or appointment of commissioners; terms of office; filling of vacancies.
Section 37-1-4 Oath.
Section 37-1-5 Commissioners and clerks not to render professional service to utilities.
Section 37-1-6 Certain persons ineligible to be commissioners.
Section 37-1-7 Impeachment and removal of commissioners.
Section 37-1-8 Office; meetings; record of proceedings.
Section 37-1-9 Residence of commissioners; whole time to be devoted to official business.
Section 37-1-10 Domicile of commission; jurisdiction of actions or proceedings against commission.
Section 37-1-11 Salaries and expense allowances of commissioners.
Section 37-1-12 Employees - Appointment or employment; salaries; special counsel.
Section 37-1-12.1 Employees - Accountant, utility rates analyst, economist, etc.
Section 37-1-12.2 Employees - Stenographic and other clerical assistants; special investigators.
Section 37-1-13 Employees - Penalty for divulging certain information.
Section 37-1-14 Bond of supervisor of accounts.
Section 37-1-15 Free tickets, free passes or free transportation.
Section 37-1-16 Assignment of Assistant Attorney General to represent consumers and state in proceedings before commission; powers and duties of Attorney General in connection with public utility serv
Section 37-1-17 Economic and financial studies and surveys of public utility services; compilation of financial and economic data, statistics and analysis; evaluations of future needs.
Section 37-1-18 Consumer's Utility Rate Hearing Fund.
Section 37-1-30 Use of word "utility" or "utilities."
Section 37-1-31 Exclusive powers and jurisdiction.
Section 37-1-32 General supervision of utilities.
Section 37-1-33 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Distribution or furnishing, etc., of electricity, gas, or steam.
Section 37-1-34 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Municipal utilities.
Section 37-1-35 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Exercise of certain municipal powers.
Section 37-1-36 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Nonutility business.
Section 37-1-37 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Logging or private railroads.
Section 37-1-38 Adoption of rules.
Section 37-1-39 Publication of orders and opinions.
Section 37-1-40 Duty of utilities to comply with orders.
Section 37-1-41 Reports to Governor.
Section 37-1-42 Furnishing information to Department of Revenue.
Section 37-1-43 Jurisdiction over utilities engaged in interstate commerce not regulated under acts of Congress.
Section 37-1-44 Proceedings when interstate rates or rules, etc., deemed excessive or discriminatory.
Section 37-1-45 Sitting or conferring with commissions of other states.
Section 37-1-46 Sitting or conferring with federal commissions or agencies.
Section 37-1-47 Intervention, initiation or participation in federal proceedings involving interstate rates, etc., in Alabama.
Section 37-1-48 Waiver by utility of terms or conditions in municipal ordinances or contracts.
Section 37-1-49 Duty of utility to render adequate service and maintain facilities.
Section 37-1-50 Certificate for abandonment of service.
Section 37-1-51 Classification of utility services.
Section 37-1-52 Prescribing standards of service; regulations for testing of service.
Section 37-1-52.1 Operator service to include access to live operator.
Section 37-1-53 Providing for accuracy of meters or measuring devices, etc.
Section 37-1-54 Establishing uniform systems of accounts for utilities.
Section 37-1-55 Separation of intrastate railroad operations for accounting purposes.
Section 37-1-56 Prescribing changes in form for schedules and service regulations.
Section 37-1-57 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Generally.
Section 37-1-58 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Annual return of business.
Section 37-1-59 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Additional reports of earnings and operating expenses.
Section 37-1-60 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Form of reports and records.
Section 37-1-61 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Originals to be subscribed and sworn to; preservation in office of commission.
Section 37-1-62 Reports, records and accounts to be open for public inspection.
Section 37-1-63 Powers of commissioners and examiners to administer oaths, issue subpoenas, etc.
Section 37-1-64 Attorney General to represent commission in legal proceedings; employment of special counsel.
Section 37-1-65 Actions to enforce penalties or forfeitures.
Section 37-1-66 Powers of members of enforcement division.
Section 37-1-80 Rates to be just and reasonable; right of utility to earn fair net return; alternative methods of regulation.
Section 37-1-80.1 Review and adjustment of rates of connecting telephone companies when South Central Bell Telephone Company receives increase in net return.
Section 37-1-80.2 Dual party relay system and fund; board of trustees; funding of other services; liability of trustees.
Section 37-1-81 Schedules of rates or service regulations.
Section 37-1-82 Production and inspection of books or records, etc., of utilities.
Section 37-1-83 Investigation of unfair rates or inadequate service; who may file complaints; continuance.
Section 37-1-84 Filing and contents of complaint.
Section 37-1-85 Time and place of hearing.
Section 37-1-86 Notice and process.
Section 37-1-87 Intervention in proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-88 Right of party to be heard in person or by attorney.
Section 37-1-89 Taking of testimony; further investigation; laws governing conduct of hearing; transcript.
Section 37-1-90 Separate hearings on several matters.
Section 37-1-91 Witnesses not excused for reasons of incrimination or forfeiture; perjury prosecution not barred.
Section 37-1-92 Depositions of witnesses.
Section 37-1-93 Fees of witnesses.
Section 37-1-94 Time allowed commission for making decision.
Section 37-1-95 Order requiring discontinuance or rectification of violation.
Section 37-1-96 Necessity for hearing prior to order affecting rate or service.
Section 37-1-97 Order fixing reasonable rate.
Section 37-1-98 Certified copies of orders.
Section 37-1-99 Rates and orders of commission deemed prima facie reasonable and valid.
Section 37-1-100 Effective date of orders.
Section 37-1-101 Modification of orders.
Section 37-1-102 Record of proceedings.
Section 37-1-103 Substantial compliance by commission with requirements of title sufficient.
Section 37-1-104 Power of circuit court to compel compliance with commission orders, etc.
Section 37-1-105 Rehearing.
Section 37-1-120 Right of appeal to Circuit Court of Montgomery County - Generally.
Section 37-1-121 Right of appeal to Circuit Court of Montgomery County - Intervenors or interested parties.
Section 37-1-122 Time for appeal; how appeal perfected.
Section 37-1-123 Record or transcript of proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-124 Proceedings on appeal.
Section 37-1-125 Right to supersede order by giving bond.
Section 37-1-126 Superseding order - Order of stay or supersedeas.
Section 37-1-127 Superseding order - Statement of approximate effect on revenues.
Section 37-1-128 Superseding order - Amount of bond.
Section 37-1-129 Superseding order - Additional bond.
Section 37-1-130 Superseding order - Order stayed and superseded upon giving bond; termination of stay or supersedeas.
Section 37-1-131 Rate suspension to affect only utilities giving bond.
Section 37-1-132 Right of appeal to supreme court.
Section 37-1-133 Appeal by commission or State.
Section 37-1-134 Appeal by utility.
Section 37-1-135 Action on bond for damages resulting from suspension of rates or orders.
Section 37-1-140 Direct appeal to Supreme Court as matter of right; preferred setting of appeals; time for taking appeals; bond required when appellant is utility or person.
Section 37-1-141 Who may appeal; manner of taking appeal; application for supersedeas; supersedeas bonds; collection of denied rate increases prior to final disposition of case.
Section 37-1-142 Certification to supreme court of record or transcript of proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-143 Review of case to be upon certified record or transcript; remand of case to commission for additional proceedings; employment of special masters, accountants, consultants, etc., by ch
Section 37-1-144 Subdivision cumulative; repeal of conflicting laws.
Section 37-1-150 Bond as condition precedent to issuance of injunction or restraining order.
Section 37-1-151 Notice to commission.
Section 37-1-152 Filing of bond; condition to pay damages.
Section 37-1-153 Right to appeal.
Section 37-1-154 Bond required upon appeal by utility.
Section 37-1-155 Action on bond.
Section 37-1-156 Delivery of bond upon dissolution of injunction; receipt in evidence.
Section 37-1-157 Costs.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title37 > Chapter1

Section 37-1-1 Commission established.
Section 37-1-2 Seal.
Section 37-1-3 Election or appointment of commissioners; terms of office; filling of vacancies.
Section 37-1-4 Oath.
Section 37-1-5 Commissioners and clerks not to render professional service to utilities.
Section 37-1-6 Certain persons ineligible to be commissioners.
Section 37-1-7 Impeachment and removal of commissioners.
Section 37-1-8 Office; meetings; record of proceedings.
Section 37-1-9 Residence of commissioners; whole time to be devoted to official business.
Section 37-1-10 Domicile of commission; jurisdiction of actions or proceedings against commission.
Section 37-1-11 Salaries and expense allowances of commissioners.
Section 37-1-12 Employees - Appointment or employment; salaries; special counsel.
Section 37-1-12.1 Employees - Accountant, utility rates analyst, economist, etc.
Section 37-1-12.2 Employees - Stenographic and other clerical assistants; special investigators.
Section 37-1-13 Employees - Penalty for divulging certain information.
Section 37-1-14 Bond of supervisor of accounts.
Section 37-1-15 Free tickets, free passes or free transportation.
Section 37-1-16 Assignment of Assistant Attorney General to represent consumers and state in proceedings before commission; powers and duties of Attorney General in connection with public utility serv
Section 37-1-17 Economic and financial studies and surveys of public utility services; compilation of financial and economic data, statistics and analysis; evaluations of future needs.
Section 37-1-18 Consumer's Utility Rate Hearing Fund.
Section 37-1-30 Use of word "utility" or "utilities."
Section 37-1-31 Exclusive powers and jurisdiction.
Section 37-1-32 General supervision of utilities.
Section 37-1-33 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Distribution or furnishing, etc., of electricity, gas, or steam.
Section 37-1-34 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Municipal utilities.
Section 37-1-35 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Exercise of certain municipal powers.
Section 37-1-36 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Nonutility business.
Section 37-1-37 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Logging or private railroads.
Section 37-1-38 Adoption of rules.
Section 37-1-39 Publication of orders and opinions.
Section 37-1-40 Duty of utilities to comply with orders.
Section 37-1-41 Reports to Governor.
Section 37-1-42 Furnishing information to Department of Revenue.
Section 37-1-43 Jurisdiction over utilities engaged in interstate commerce not regulated under acts of Congress.
Section 37-1-44 Proceedings when interstate rates or rules, etc., deemed excessive or discriminatory.
Section 37-1-45 Sitting or conferring with commissions of other states.
Section 37-1-46 Sitting or conferring with federal commissions or agencies.
Section 37-1-47 Intervention, initiation or participation in federal proceedings involving interstate rates, etc., in Alabama.
Section 37-1-48 Waiver by utility of terms or conditions in municipal ordinances or contracts.
Section 37-1-49 Duty of utility to render adequate service and maintain facilities.
Section 37-1-50 Certificate for abandonment of service.
Section 37-1-51 Classification of utility services.
Section 37-1-52 Prescribing standards of service; regulations for testing of service.
Section 37-1-52.1 Operator service to include access to live operator.
Section 37-1-53 Providing for accuracy of meters or measuring devices, etc.
Section 37-1-54 Establishing uniform systems of accounts for utilities.
Section 37-1-55 Separation of intrastate railroad operations for accounting purposes.
Section 37-1-56 Prescribing changes in form for schedules and service regulations.
Section 37-1-57 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Generally.
Section 37-1-58 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Annual return of business.
Section 37-1-59 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Additional reports of earnings and operating expenses.
Section 37-1-60 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Form of reports and records.
Section 37-1-61 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Originals to be subscribed and sworn to; preservation in office of commission.
Section 37-1-62 Reports, records and accounts to be open for public inspection.
Section 37-1-63 Powers of commissioners and examiners to administer oaths, issue subpoenas, etc.
Section 37-1-64 Attorney General to represent commission in legal proceedings; employment of special counsel.
Section 37-1-65 Actions to enforce penalties or forfeitures.
Section 37-1-66 Powers of members of enforcement division.
Section 37-1-80 Rates to be just and reasonable; right of utility to earn fair net return; alternative methods of regulation.
Section 37-1-80.1 Review and adjustment of rates of connecting telephone companies when South Central Bell Telephone Company receives increase in net return.
Section 37-1-80.2 Dual party relay system and fund; board of trustees; funding of other services; liability of trustees.
Section 37-1-81 Schedules of rates or service regulations.
Section 37-1-82 Production and inspection of books or records, etc., of utilities.
Section 37-1-83 Investigation of unfair rates or inadequate service; who may file complaints; continuance.
Section 37-1-84 Filing and contents of complaint.
Section 37-1-85 Time and place of hearing.
Section 37-1-86 Notice and process.
Section 37-1-87 Intervention in proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-88 Right of party to be heard in person or by attorney.
Section 37-1-89 Taking of testimony; further investigation; laws governing conduct of hearing; transcript.
Section 37-1-90 Separate hearings on several matters.
Section 37-1-91 Witnesses not excused for reasons of incrimination or forfeiture; perjury prosecution not barred.
Section 37-1-92 Depositions of witnesses.
Section 37-1-93 Fees of witnesses.
Section 37-1-94 Time allowed commission for making decision.
Section 37-1-95 Order requiring discontinuance or rectification of violation.
Section 37-1-96 Necessity for hearing prior to order affecting rate or service.
Section 37-1-97 Order fixing reasonable rate.
Section 37-1-98 Certified copies of orders.
Section 37-1-99 Rates and orders of commission deemed prima facie reasonable and valid.
Section 37-1-100 Effective date of orders.
Section 37-1-101 Modification of orders.
Section 37-1-102 Record of proceedings.
Section 37-1-103 Substantial compliance by commission with requirements of title sufficient.
Section 37-1-104 Power of circuit court to compel compliance with commission orders, etc.
Section 37-1-105 Rehearing.
Section 37-1-120 Right of appeal to Circuit Court of Montgomery County - Generally.
Section 37-1-121 Right of appeal to Circuit Court of Montgomery County - Intervenors or interested parties.
Section 37-1-122 Time for appeal; how appeal perfected.
Section 37-1-123 Record or transcript of proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-124 Proceedings on appeal.
Section 37-1-125 Right to supersede order by giving bond.
Section 37-1-126 Superseding order - Order of stay or supersedeas.
Section 37-1-127 Superseding order - Statement of approximate effect on revenues.
Section 37-1-128 Superseding order - Amount of bond.
Section 37-1-129 Superseding order - Additional bond.
Section 37-1-130 Superseding order - Order stayed and superseded upon giving bond; termination of stay or supersedeas.
Section 37-1-131 Rate suspension to affect only utilities giving bond.
Section 37-1-132 Right of appeal to supreme court.
Section 37-1-133 Appeal by commission or State.
Section 37-1-134 Appeal by utility.
Section 37-1-135 Action on bond for damages resulting from suspension of rates or orders.
Section 37-1-140 Direct appeal to Supreme Court as matter of right; preferred setting of appeals; time for taking appeals; bond required when appellant is utility or person.
Section 37-1-141 Who may appeal; manner of taking appeal; application for supersedeas; supersedeas bonds; collection of denied rate increases prior to final disposition of case.
Section 37-1-142 Certification to supreme court of record or transcript of proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-143 Review of case to be upon certified record or transcript; remand of case to commission for additional proceedings; employment of special masters, accountants, consultants, etc., by ch
Section 37-1-144 Subdivision cumulative; repeal of conflicting laws.
Section 37-1-150 Bond as condition precedent to issuance of injunction or restraining order.
Section 37-1-151 Notice to commission.
Section 37-1-152 Filing of bond; condition to pay damages.
Section 37-1-153 Right to appeal.
Section 37-1-154 Bond required upon appeal by utility.
Section 37-1-155 Action on bond.
Section 37-1-156 Delivery of bond upon dissolution of injunction; receipt in evidence.
Section 37-1-157 Costs.

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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title37 > Chapter1

Section 37-1-1 Commission established.
Section 37-1-2 Seal.
Section 37-1-3 Election or appointment of commissioners; terms of office; filling of vacancies.
Section 37-1-4 Oath.
Section 37-1-5 Commissioners and clerks not to render professional service to utilities.
Section 37-1-6 Certain persons ineligible to be commissioners.
Section 37-1-7 Impeachment and removal of commissioners.
Section 37-1-8 Office; meetings; record of proceedings.
Section 37-1-9 Residence of commissioners; whole time to be devoted to official business.
Section 37-1-10 Domicile of commission; jurisdiction of actions or proceedings against commission.
Section 37-1-11 Salaries and expense allowances of commissioners.
Section 37-1-12 Employees - Appointment or employment; salaries; special counsel.
Section 37-1-12.1 Employees - Accountant, utility rates analyst, economist, etc.
Section 37-1-12.2 Employees - Stenographic and other clerical assistants; special investigators.
Section 37-1-13 Employees - Penalty for divulging certain information.
Section 37-1-14 Bond of supervisor of accounts.
Section 37-1-15 Free tickets, free passes or free transportation.
Section 37-1-16 Assignment of Assistant Attorney General to represent consumers and state in proceedings before commission; powers and duties of Attorney General in connection with public utility serv
Section 37-1-17 Economic and financial studies and surveys of public utility services; compilation of financial and economic data, statistics and analysis; evaluations of future needs.
Section 37-1-18 Consumer's Utility Rate Hearing Fund.
Section 37-1-30 Use of word "utility" or "utilities."
Section 37-1-31 Exclusive powers and jurisdiction.
Section 37-1-32 General supervision of utilities.
Section 37-1-33 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Distribution or furnishing, etc., of electricity, gas, or steam.
Section 37-1-34 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Municipal utilities.
Section 37-1-35 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Exercise of certain municipal powers.
Section 37-1-36 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Nonutility business.
Section 37-1-37 Jurisdictional exemptions or limitations - Logging or private railroads.
Section 37-1-38 Adoption of rules.
Section 37-1-39 Publication of orders and opinions.
Section 37-1-40 Duty of utilities to comply with orders.
Section 37-1-41 Reports to Governor.
Section 37-1-42 Furnishing information to Department of Revenue.
Section 37-1-43 Jurisdiction over utilities engaged in interstate commerce not regulated under acts of Congress.
Section 37-1-44 Proceedings when interstate rates or rules, etc., deemed excessive or discriminatory.
Section 37-1-45 Sitting or conferring with commissions of other states.
Section 37-1-46 Sitting or conferring with federal commissions or agencies.
Section 37-1-47 Intervention, initiation or participation in federal proceedings involving interstate rates, etc., in Alabama.
Section 37-1-48 Waiver by utility of terms or conditions in municipal ordinances or contracts.
Section 37-1-49 Duty of utility to render adequate service and maintain facilities.
Section 37-1-50 Certificate for abandonment of service.
Section 37-1-51 Classification of utility services.
Section 37-1-52 Prescribing standards of service; regulations for testing of service.
Section 37-1-52.1 Operator service to include access to live operator.
Section 37-1-53 Providing for accuracy of meters or measuring devices, etc.
Section 37-1-54 Establishing uniform systems of accounts for utilities.
Section 37-1-55 Separation of intrastate railroad operations for accounting purposes.
Section 37-1-56 Prescribing changes in form for schedules and service regulations.
Section 37-1-57 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Generally.
Section 37-1-58 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Annual return of business.
Section 37-1-59 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Additional reports of earnings and operating expenses.
Section 37-1-60 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Form of reports and records.
Section 37-1-61 Requiring reports and information from utilities - Originals to be subscribed and sworn to; preservation in office of commission.
Section 37-1-62 Reports, records and accounts to be open for public inspection.
Section 37-1-63 Powers of commissioners and examiners to administer oaths, issue subpoenas, etc.
Section 37-1-64 Attorney General to represent commission in legal proceedings; employment of special counsel.
Section 37-1-65 Actions to enforce penalties or forfeitures.
Section 37-1-66 Powers of members of enforcement division.
Section 37-1-80 Rates to be just and reasonable; right of utility to earn fair net return; alternative methods of regulation.
Section 37-1-80.1 Review and adjustment of rates of connecting telephone companies when South Central Bell Telephone Company receives increase in net return.
Section 37-1-80.2 Dual party relay system and fund; board of trustees; funding of other services; liability of trustees.
Section 37-1-81 Schedules of rates or service regulations.
Section 37-1-82 Production and inspection of books or records, etc., of utilities.
Section 37-1-83 Investigation of unfair rates or inadequate service; who may file complaints; continuance.
Section 37-1-84 Filing and contents of complaint.
Section 37-1-85 Time and place of hearing.
Section 37-1-86 Notice and process.
Section 37-1-87 Intervention in proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-88 Right of party to be heard in person or by attorney.
Section 37-1-89 Taking of testimony; further investigation; laws governing conduct of hearing; transcript.
Section 37-1-90 Separate hearings on several matters.
Section 37-1-91 Witnesses not excused for reasons of incrimination or forfeiture; perjury prosecution not barred.
Section 37-1-92 Depositions of witnesses.
Section 37-1-93 Fees of witnesses.
Section 37-1-94 Time allowed commission for making decision.
Section 37-1-95 Order requiring discontinuance or rectification of violation.
Section 37-1-96 Necessity for hearing prior to order affecting rate or service.
Section 37-1-97 Order fixing reasonable rate.
Section 37-1-98 Certified copies of orders.
Section 37-1-99 Rates and orders of commission deemed prima facie reasonable and valid.
Section 37-1-100 Effective date of orders.
Section 37-1-101 Modification of orders.
Section 37-1-102 Record of proceedings.
Section 37-1-103 Substantial compliance by commission with requirements of title sufficient.
Section 37-1-104 Power of circuit court to compel compliance with commission orders, etc.
Section 37-1-105 Rehearing.
Section 37-1-120 Right of appeal to Circuit Court of Montgomery County - Generally.
Section 37-1-121 Right of appeal to Circuit Court of Montgomery County - Intervenors or interested parties.
Section 37-1-122 Time for appeal; how appeal perfected.
Section 37-1-123 Record or transcript of proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-124 Proceedings on appeal.
Section 37-1-125 Right to supersede order by giving bond.
Section 37-1-126 Superseding order - Order of stay or supersedeas.
Section 37-1-127 Superseding order - Statement of approximate effect on revenues.
Section 37-1-128 Superseding order - Amount of bond.
Section 37-1-129 Superseding order - Additional bond.
Section 37-1-130 Superseding order - Order stayed and superseded upon giving bond; termination of stay or supersedeas.
Section 37-1-131 Rate suspension to affect only utilities giving bond.
Section 37-1-132 Right of appeal to supreme court.
Section 37-1-133 Appeal by commission or State.
Section 37-1-134 Appeal by utility.
Section 37-1-135 Action on bond for damages resulting from suspension of rates or orders.
Section 37-1-140 Direct appeal to Supreme Court as matter of right; preferred setting of appeals; time for taking appeals; bond required when appellant is utility or person.
Section 37-1-141 Who may appeal; manner of taking appeal; application for supersedeas; supersedeas bonds; collection of denied rate increases prior to final disposition of case.
Section 37-1-142 Certification to supreme court of record or transcript of proceedings before commission.
Section 37-1-143 Review of case to be upon certified record or transcript; remand of case to commission for additional proceedings; employment of special masters, accountants, consultants, etc., by ch
Section 37-1-144 Subdivision cumulative; repeal of conflicting laws.
Section 37-1-150 Bond as condition precedent to issuance of injunction or restraining order.
Section 37-1-151 Notice to commission.
Section 37-1-152 Filing of bond; condition to pay damages.
Section 37-1-153 Right to appeal.
Section 37-1-154 Bond required upon appeal by utility.
Section 37-1-155 Action on bond.
Section 37-1-156 Delivery of bond upon dissolution of injunction; receipt in evidence.
Section 37-1-157 Costs.

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