Article 1. Corporate Power of California Public Utilities Code >> Division 10. >> Part 7. >> Chapter 6. >> Article 1.
The district has perpetual succession and may adopt a seal
and alter it at pleasure.
The district may sue and be sued, except as otherwise
provided by law, in all actions and proceedings, in all courts and
tribunals of competent jurisdiction.
The district may exercise the right of eminent domain to
take any property necessary or convenient to the exercise of the
powers granted in this part. The district in exercising such power
shall, in addition to the damage for the taking, injury or
destruction of property, also pay the cost of removal, reconstruction
or relocation of any structure, railway, mains, pipes, conduits,
cables or poles of any public utility which is required to be moved
to a new location.