Public utilities definition

Public utilities means those utilities defined in sections 4905.02, 4905.03, 4907.02, and 4907.03 of the Revised Code; in the case of a foreign corporation, it means those utilities defined as public utilities by the laws of its domicile; and in the case of any other foreign issuer, it means those utilities defined as public utilities by the laws of the situs of its principal place of business. The term always includes railroads whether or not they are so defined as public utilities.
Public utilities means those utilities using underground or overhead transmission lines such as electric, telephone and telegraph, and distribution and collection systems such as water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer.

Examples of Public utilities in a sentence

  • Public utilities are also taxed on personal property located within the Village.


More Definitions of Public utilities

Public utilities means the provision of electricity services, telecommunication services and water services;
Public utilities means any public utility as defined in 26 Del.C. § 102(2).
Public utilities as used in these regulations means the term as defined by Section 40-1-103, C.R.S.
Public utilities means services authorised under this Act for supplying electricity, providing and main- taining telephone services and telephones, and sup- plying water; and "public utility" means any one of such services;
Public utilities means a Utility that is owned by a public agency or political subdivision of the state.
Public utilities means the facilities of a public service
Public utilities means those utilities defined in sections 4905.02, 4905.03, 4907.02, and 4907.03 of the Revised