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Statutory rights of way in British Columbia
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Land Registry Act Amendment Act, 1961, S.B.C. 1961, c. 33
In force: 1961-03-27
2. Section 2 of the Land Registry Act, being chapter 208 of the Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1960, is amended by striking out the definition of "right-of-way" and substituting:--
    " 'right-of-way' includes land or any interest in land acquired for the purpose of
    "(a) constructing, maintaining, or operating any railway, street-railway, tramway, or aerial tramway; or
    "(b) erecting and maintaining any pole-line, wood or timber chute; or
    "(c) laying, placing, and maintaining drains, ditches, pipes, transmission-lines, or wires for the conveyance, transmission, or transportation of water, electric power, forest products, oil, or gas, or both oil and gas, or for the disposal of sewage,
    or any right-of-way of a like nature or for any purpose necessary for the operation and maintenance of the undertaking;".
Consolidated statute: Land Registry Act, R.S.B.C. 1960, c. 208
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