Notwithstanding any finding of public convenience and necessity, either in general
or specific, by the terms of this Article, the right of eminent domain shall not be
exercised unless and until a certificate of public convenience and necessity for such
project has been issued by the Utilities Commission of North Carolina, and the proceedings
leading up to the issuing of such certificate of public convenience and necessity,
and the right to appeal therefrom shall be as now provided by law and said rights
are hereby expressly reserved to all interested parties in said proceedings. In addition to the powers now granted by law to the Utilities Commission of North
Carolina, the said Utilities Commission is hereby vested with full power and authority
to investigate and examine all projects set up or attempted to be set up under the
provisions of this Article and determine the question of public convenience and necessity
for said project.
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