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Title 58 - Public Utilities, Services and Carriers
Underground Utility Damage Prevention Act [Repealed]
SECTIONS 58-35-10 to 58-35-120. Repealed by 2011 Act No. 48, Section 2, eff June 7, 2012.
Former Section 58-35-10 was entitled "Short title" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 1.
Former Section 58-35-20 was entitled "Definitions" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 2.
Former Section 58-35-30 was entitled "Effect of permit on liability" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 3.
Former Section 58-35-40 was entitled "Determination of location of underground utilities prior to excavation or demolition" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 4.
Former Section 58-35-50 was entitled "Exemptions" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 5; 1993 Act No. 181, Section 1569.
Former Section 58-35-60 was entitled "Notice of intent to excavate or demolish" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 6.
Former Section 58-35-70 was entitled "Operators association for mutual receipt of notice of excavation or demolition; reports" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 7; 2002 Act No. 216, Section 1; 2006 Act No. 318, Section 228.
Former Section 58-35-80 was entitled "Information to be supplied by operators" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 8.
Former Section 58-35-90 was entitled "Notice in case of emergency excavation or demolition" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 9.
Former Section 58-35-100 was entitled "Additional duties of persons responsible for excavation or demolition" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 10.
Former Section 58-35-110 was entitled "Notification required when damage done" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 11.
Former Section 58-35-120 was entitled "Penalties; actions; effect on civil remedies" and was derived from 1978 Act No. 588 Section 12.