and the uses to which Louisiana's surface waters have been put have long been a neglected area of Louisiana law.
In addition to the above-mentioned water rights, Aboriginal peoples benefit from riparian rights
on reserves (Bartlett, Aboriginal Water Rights at 49-51).
The commission's objectives had led to the 1913 Water Commission Act, a statute that required all new appropriative water rights filings (claims based on beneficial use, the date of diversion, and not necessarily linked to real property ownership) to be listed with California officials to create a centralized registry (pre-existing appropriative claims and riparian rights
did not have to be similarly filed).
Under traditional riparian law, only those who owned property bordering a watercourse were entitled to riparian rights
In the West, riparian rights
have been most important in states along the Pacific coast and those straddling the one-hundredth meridian that generally divides the humid east from the arid lands beyond.
As shown previously, Israel has a strong legal case of historical riparian rights
concerning its use for some 60-80 years of most of the ground water in the Western Mountain Aquifer (the Yarkon-Taninim) and the North-Eastern Aquifer (Schem- Gilboa) which flow naturally into its territory.
Finally, there are riparian rights
on the Arrow for the keen ?
to riparian rights
in the Intermountain West, the argument that "a
He covers both the eastern and western US systems, with a separate chapter on western state water systems and fees, and topics such as government ownership and riparian rights
, boundaries and rules regarding surface water, Native American rights, environmental regulation, nuisance and tort law, and social theory.
are considered to be part of the riparian land.
The site was delivered with riparian rights
, boat slips and architectural renderings for an eight-unit development.
This differed from the law in most eastern states, which provided riparian rights
to those landowners whose land abutted the watercourse.