1. The Laws of New York
  2. Unconsolidated Laws
  3. Port of Albany 192/25

Section 6 No title

Port of Albany 192/25 (POA)

The commission may make, and cause to be served upon any municipal or other corporation, or individual, within the district, any reasonable order which it may determine to be necessary for the proper development, maintenance and use of the port, relating to the construction, equipment, repair, maintenance, use and rental of any dock, wharf, slip, terminal or warehouse owned or leased by such corporation or individual within the district. With a copy of the order shall be served a notice specifying a day, not less than ten days after such service, when such corporation may appear before the commission, present written objections to the making of the order and be heard on such objections. If no such objections be filed within the time stated, or if the order be sustained as the result of such hearing, either in its original or a modified form, such order shall be final, subject only to review by a court of competent jurisdiction; but no order staying or suspending an order of the commission shall be made by any court otherwise than upon notice and after a hearing; and if the order of the commission is suspended, the order suspending the same shall contain a specific finding based upon evidence submitted to the court and identified by reference thereto that great and irreparable damage would otherwise result to the petitioner and specifying the nature of the damage. When an order of the commission shall become final, including the termination of any court proceeding sustaining the order, or of the time for beginning such a proceeding if none be brought, if the corporation or individual shall fail to obey it, or if any municipal or other corporation or individual shall violate a lawful rule of the commission, the commission may commence and maintain an action or proceeding in the name of the Albany port district, in an appropriate court having jurisdiction, for the purpose of having such disobedience to an order or violation of a rule prevented or obedience enforced, either by mandamus or injunction. Such an action or proceeding may be brought in the supreme court, which shall have jurisdiction to grant mandamus or injunction or any other relief appropriate to the case.