The Indiana Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion in a public-utility rate-making case involving Hamilton Southeastern Utilities, Inc. (“HSE”), the largest investor-owned sewer utility in Indiana, which currently services more than 20,000 customers in Hamilton County, Indiana. The issue in the case stemmed from an order of the Indiana […]
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Michigan’s New MISS DIG Statute
Michigan first enacted a statute protecting public underground facilities in 1974, M.C.L. § 460.701 et seq. P.A. 1974, No. 53. It was substantially amended in 1992. P.A. 1992, No. 38. However, the law was completely repealed and replaced in 2014 with MISS DIG Underground Facility Damage Prevention and Safety Act, […]
6 Year Statute Of Limitations Applies To Fixtures Including Underground Utilities
When deciding whether to file a suit against a party, an important consideration to always keep in mind is, “what is the statute of limitations that applies to this claim?” This is relevant because, if the statute of limitations has already run, then a party might be barred from bringing […]