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SECTION 1014
Public service law not applicable to authority; inconsistent provisions in other acts superseded
Public Authorities (PBA) CHAPTER 43-A, ARTICLE 5, TITLE 1
§ 1014. Public service law not applicable to authority; inconsistent
provisions in other acts superseded. The rates, services and practices
relating to the generation, transmission, distribution and sale by the
authority, of power to be generated from the projects authorized by this
title shall not be subject to the provisions of the public service law
nor to regulation by, nor the jurisdiction of the department of public
service. Except to the extent article seven of the public service law
applies to the siting and operation of a major utility transmission
facility as defined therein, and article ten of the public service law
applies to the siting of a major electric generating facility as defined
therein, and except to the extent section eighteen-a of the public
service law provides for assessment of the authority for certain costs
relating thereto, the provisions of the public service law and of the
environmental conservation law and every other law relating to the
department of public service or the public service commission or to the
environmental conservation department or to the functions, powers or
duties assigned to the division of water power and control by chapter
six hundred nineteen of the laws of nineteen hundred twenty-six, shall
so far as is necessary to make this title effective in accordance with
its terms and purposes be deemed to be superseded, and wherever any
provision of law shall be found in conflict with the provisions of this
title or inconsistent with the purposes thereof, it shall be deemed to
be superseded, modified or repealed as the case may require.