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Commercial – Public Utilities – Pole- Attachment – Cable Provider (access required)

A district court did not err in rejecting appellant Time Warner's claim that defendant electric utility had a duty under North Carolina statutory or common law to charge a reasonable and nondiscriminatory rate to allow Time Warner to attach its cable to defendant's utility poles. For many years, defendant, a North Carolina electric cooperative, had a ...

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