Columbia Gas Read Property Rights Wrong: Residents

Law360, New York (August 15, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Residents of Monroe, N.Y. argued on Tuesday that energy company Columbia Gas Transmission Corp. did not have the right to take up over 150 feet of their street and property while doing major work on its natural gas lines.

The residents of the properties Columbia Gas' work would affect said that, while Columbia Gas was allowed to use portions of their land for repairs and other operations to the gas lines, it did not have a contract that specified how large those easements were allowed to...
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