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" ... as against a nonriparian owner, is entitled to the full flow of the stream without the slightest diminution. The initial step in the diversion of the water by the nonriparian owner is therefore an invasion of the right of the lower riparian owner... "
Water Rights Laws in the Nineteen Western States - Page 383
by Wells Aleck Hutchins - 1972
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Book 22

1909
...use of the water applies only as between different riparian proprietors. As against an appropriator who seeks to divert water to nonriparian lands, the...riparian owner is entitled to restrain any diversion which will deprive him of the customary flow of water which is or may be beneficial to his land. He...
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Elements of Western Water Law

Albert Edward Chandler - 1912 - 150 pages
...use of the water applies only as between different riparian proprietors. As against an appropriator who seeks to divert water to non-riparian lands, the...riparian owner is entitled to restrain any diversion which will deprive him of the customary flow of water which is or may be beneficial to his land. He...
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Cases on the Law of Water Rights

Joseph Walter Bingham - 1916 - 750 pages
...use of the water applies only as between different riparian proprietors. As against an appropriator who seeks to divert Water to nonriparian lands, the...riparian owner is entitled to restrain any diversion which will deprive him of the customary flow of water which is or may be beneficial to his land. He...
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A Treatise on the Law of Irrigation: Covering All States and Territories

Joseph Ragland Long - 1916 - 626 pages
...reasonable use of the water applies only as between different riparian proprietors; as against one who seeks to divert water to non-riparian lands, the...riparian owner is entitled to restrain any diversion which will deprive him of the customary flow of the water which is or may be beneficial to his land....
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The Pacific Reporter, Volume 211

1923
...reasonable use In the sense in which that term Is applied to the rights of respective riparian owners, since a riparian owner, as against a nonriparian owner,...into a right by the lapse of the statutory period. Lux v. Haggin, 69 Cal. 255, 4 Рас. 919. 10 Рас. 674; Anaheim Union Water Co. v. Fuller, 150 Cal....
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volume 190

California. Supreme Court - 1924
...reasonable use in the sense in which that term is applied to the rights of respective riparian owners since a riparian owner, as against a nonriparian owner,...into a right by the lapse of the statutory period. (Lux v. Haggin, 69 Cal. 255 [4 Pac. 919, 10 Pac. 674] ; Anaheim Union Water Co. v. Fuller, 150 Cal....
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EPA 600/2

1972
...Miller Lux v. Hadera Canal Co. (155 Cal., 59 at 64), which stated that, as against an appropriator who seeks to divert water to non-riparian lands, the...riparian owner is entitled to restrain any diversion which will deprive him of the customary flow of water which is or may be beneficial to his land. He...
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Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of ..., Volume 190

California. Supreme Court - 1924
...reasonable use in the sense in which that term is applied to the rights of respective riparian owners since a riparian owner, as against a nonriparian owner,...into a right by the lapse of the statutory period. (Lux v. Haggin, 69 Cal. 255 [4 Pac. 919, 10 Pac. 674]; Anaheim Union Water Co. v. Fuller, 150 Cal....
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