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New Mexico Statutes Chapter 58. Financial Institutions and Regulations § 58-1C-3. Definitions

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Whenever any three or more persons associate under the provisions of law to form a corporation for the purpose of constructing a pipeline for the conveyance of gas, water, or oil, they, in the articles of incorporation, in addition to the matters otherwise required, shall state the places from and to which it is intended to construct the proposed line. Any pipeline corporation formed under the provisions of law shall have the right-of-way over the line named in the articles and shall also have the right to convey gas, water, or oil by said line, as stated in the articles, through lands of the state of Colorado and lands of any persons, and to erect pump stations, storage tanks, and other buildings necessary for such business. If a corporation is unable to agree with the persons owning any of the lands for the purchase of any real estate required for the purpose of any such corporation or company, or the transaction of the business of the same, or for right-of-way, or any other lawful purpose connected with or necessary to the operation of said company, the corporation may acquire such title in the manner provided by law.

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