riparian rights


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riparian rights

pl.n.
Rights that are incident to the owning of land bounded or traversed by a stream of water, including the right to use of the water.
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In the case of India, which officially rejects Articles 1 of the 1966 Covenants on Human Rights, this non-compliance has led directly to the unresolved and hugely destructive conflicts in Kashmir, Punjab, Assam and Nagalim over sovereignty, territory and riparian rights.
The buyer plans to sell the remaining residential condos and potentially utilize the riparian rights for a marina concept.
THE OLD RECTORY, BIRDINGBURY, RUGBY, WARKS Believed to date from 1760 and built by the Biddulph family, whose crest is carved into the orangery, this Grade II listed property has views of rolling countryside, plus parkland meadow and lake with riparian rights.
The topics include riparian rights, hybrid systems and other variations, diffused surface waters, federal and Indian reserved rights, and water service and supply organizations.
In Virginia, we have laws regarding riparian rights east of Interstate 95," Johnson said.
Keen fishermen take note - it's got riparian rights on the River Thaw.
Among the topics are climate change, riparian rights, the 1971 California-Nevada Interstate Water Compact, Harold Ickes, the US Department of Agriculture's small watershed program, Cape Cod Canal, and the Snake River Basin.
Regardless of how Louisiana got there, it is beyond dispute that the state respects riparian rights but that those rights are not absolute and are subject to regulation by the state and its political subdivisions.
Although official borders between Iran and Afghanistan have long been identified and accepted by both countries, disputes over water and other riparian rights have not been resolved yet.