Tennessee Code Title 65. Public Utilities and Carriers

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  • Chapter 1. Tennessee Regulatory Authority
  • Chapter 2. Procedure Before the Tennessee Regulatory Authority
  • Chapter 3. Regulation of Railroads by Department of Transportation
  • Chapter 4. Regulation of Public Utilities by Authority
  • Chapter 5. Regulation of Rates
  • Chapter 6. Railroads--Powers--Construction and Maintenance
  • Chapter 7. Subscription to Railroad Stock by Counties and Municipalities
  • Chapter 8. Purchase and Sale of Railroads
  • Chapter 9. Consolidation of Railroads
  • Chapter 10. Liens on Railroad Property
  • Chapter 11. Highway Crossings
  • Chapter 12. Operation of Railroads
  • Chapter 14. Terminal Companies
  • Chapter 15. Motor Carriers
  • Chapter 18. Incline Railroad Companies
  • Chapter 19. Ridesharing
  • Chapter 20. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to Carriers
  • Chapter 21. Telegraphs and Telephones
  • Chapter 22. Light, Heat and Power Companies
  • Chapter 25. Electric Cooperatives
  • Chapter 26. Gas Companies
  • Chapter 27. Water and Waterworks Companies
  • Chapter 28. Pipeline Corporations
  • Chapter 29. Telephone Cooperatives
  • Chapter 30. Radio Common Carriers
  • Chapter 31. Underground Utility Damage Prevention Act
  • Chapter 32. Utilities' Cut-Off Procedures Act
  • Chapter 33. Installment Payment of Fuel Bills
  • Chapter 34. Geographic Territories of Electric Utility Systems
  • Chapter 35. Fraud, Theft or Destruction of Property
  • Chapter 36. Equal Powers and Authority Act
  • Chapter 37. Pricing & Bundling of Telecommunications Services

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