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Sewage removal or purification; rights of property owners
Public Health (PBH) CHAPTER 45, ARTICLE 11, TITLE 1
§ 1105. Sewage removal or purification; rights of property owners. 1.
The owner of any building the removal of which is occasioned or
required, or which has been removed by any rule or regulation of the
department, or the commissioner of environmental protection of the city
of New York, or the board of water supply of the city of New York, made
under the provisions of this article, and all persons whose rights of
property are injuriously affected by the enforcement of any such rule or
regulation, shall have a cause of action against the municipality or
corporation, and shall have the right to present a claim against and to
the state or state institution, park, reservation or post owning the
waterworks benefited by the enforcement of such rule or regulation, for
all damages occasioned or sustained by such removal or enforcement,
including all injuries caused to the legitimate use or operation of such

2. (a) An action for such damages may be brought against such
municipality or corporation in accordance with the provisions of the
eminent domain procedure law.