Section 18-3-2

Right-of-way through yard, garden, orchard, etc.; payment of compensation and damages for right-of-way.

In the establishment and condemnation of such right-of-way, no road or right-of-way shall be established through any person's yard, garden, orchard, stable lot, stable, gin house or curtilage without the consent of the owner; and the applicant must pay the owner for the value of the land taken and compensation for damage to the land, through which said right-of-way is established, resulting from the establishment of such road or right-of-way.

(Acts 1919, No. 679, p. 982; Code 1923, §7530; Code 1940, T. 19, §57.)