2 edition of survey of New Hampshire water law: I. The riparian doctrine. found in the catalog.
survey of New Hampshire water law: I. The riparian doctrine.
Alexander J. Kalinski
by Water Resources Research Center, University of New Hampshire in Durham
Written in English
|Statement||By Alexander J. Kalinski and Robert H. Forste.|
|Contributions||Forste, Robert H., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||KFN1323.W2 K3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. in 2.|
|LC Control Number||73634379|
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Ground Water. Ground water is water that is withdrawn from the ground. Water right in water law refers to the right of a user to use water from a water source, e.g., a river, stream, pond or source of areas with plentiful water and few users, such systems are generally not complicated or contentious.
In other areas, especially arid areas where irrigation is practiced, such systems are often the source of conflict, both legal and physical. The issue of private property in water is a well-studied one, but usually in the context of systems based on appropriative Day in Water History reproduces a article from the Municipal Journal (I'm assuming it's not an April Fools joke) that shows that riparian-rights systems, usually thought of as common-property regimes, could be raise the same privatization-related issues Author: David Schorr.
tion of riparian habitat essential for federally protected endangered species is one example of this approach. Other examples are found in statewide programs that restrict certain types of activities on lands adjacent to waterbodies, such as the Massachusetts Rivers Protection Act and the New Hampshire Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act.
Water may be used on riparian lands or non-riparian lands (i.e. water may be used on the land next to the water source, or on land removed from the water source) Diversion is permitted, regardless of the shrinkage of the river or stream.
The right may be lost through non-use. Beneficial use is defined as agricultural, industrial, or urban use. Water must form boundary to give riparian rights Additional rules for apportioning flats. New Hampshire Pennsylvania. A Treatise on the Law of Surveying and Boundaries, Volume 1 Frank Emerson Clark Full view - View all» Reviews: 1.
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The public may have rights in a beach area because of implied dedication or public trust doctrine. Justice SHELDON, delivering the opinion of the court, after stating the common-law rule as to the title of a riparian owner on a stream above tide-water, said: 'This rule of the common law has been adopted in this state, and is here the settled doctrine.'.
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This would overturn the law of prior appropriation which has thrived because it was premised on the severance of the right to use water from its source and allowed water to be allocated to new.
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The Evergreen State also has a checkered history of real estate scams and bogus property sales. New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and West Virginia. Although the American rule differs from the absolute ownership doctrine where the use of ground water on non-overlying land is concerned, the two rules are quite similar conceptually and the American rule may be regarded as a modification of the absolute ownership.
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PDF. An Enduring Legacy: A Symposium on the Magna Carta, University of New Hampshire School of Law. PDF.Both are riparian rights cases in which a new user constructed a mill upstream or downstream of a prior user, obstructing, diverting, diminishing the flow of water or back-flooding the land.
In the plaintiff won on the common law principle of aqua currit et debet currere, ‘water runs and ought to run.’.state are set out in the accompanying studies of riparian law in Massachu-setts, Michigan, and North Carolina.
Historically, the supply of water has generally been ample in the eastern states, and the riparian system appar-ently has provided a satisfactory legal framework for allocating it among users.