Under traditional riparian law, only those who owned property bordering a watercourse were entitled to riparian rights
recognized the ranch's superior riparian rights
cannot be severed from the riparian land and transferred elsewhere.
Although Israel's advocates may argue that the normal use principle is adhered to as long as the riparian rights
are used for irrigation purposes (albeit in a different location), the concept of normal use itself is rooted in the usufructuary notion of preserving the corpus of the property.
The riparian rights
granted Friday, which were first introduced in the state house by O'Brien, are the first granted since the governor called a moratorium on their issuance in April 2006.
rule, operates much like riparian rights
in surface water: (16) each
Among the infrastructure comprising the property are 88,400 square feet of industrial and office buildings, certain riparian rights
to more than 515.
This is a quiet position, overlooking the village green, with a private three quarters of an acre bordering the tributary of the River Stour, complete with mooring and riparian rights
over a 60 metre frontage.
74) The petitioners in Dugan held riparian rights
to continued water flow from the San Joaquin River for use along the landowner's property, which was downstream from the CVP's Friant Dam.
Today's residents have full riparian rights
on a lake within the grounds plus free fishing permits on the neighbouring stocked lakes.
The Judge also rejected MCWC's theory that riparian rights
apply in this case.
This means that future school debt growth outpacing growth in the fund's riparian rights
and investment revenues will require an external funding source (state subsidies) in order for required reserve levels to be maintained.