ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES, AND LINES FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRICITY
Persons entitled to damages
Section 29. An owner of land abutting upon a public way along which telegraph or telephone, television, electric light, heating or power lines are constructed, erected or altered in location or construction by any telegraph or telephone, television, electric light, heating or power company, whose property is injuriously affected or diminished in value by occupation of the ground or of the air, or otherwise by such construction, erection or alteration, whether such owner is also the owner of the fee in such way or not, may recover damages therefor from the company under chapter seventy-nine.