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10. Water rights in most of the Eastern United States operate under the Riparian Doctrine. The basic idea behind this doctrine is...

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1t]. Water rights in mnst nf the Eastern United States nperate under the Riparian
Dnetrine. The haste idea behind this dnetrine is that A. the first prnperty tamer tn find a productive use fer the water has the right tn use
it.
B. the first—1:II]'1:I}:I-ert]..r tn have access tn the water {e .g., snmenne with land upstream
en a river) has the right tn use it.
. all prnperty owners have the fight tn use the water in an}? wa},r the}.r please, as C lung as their use dunes nut limit hnw ether property owners can use the water.
D. nn prnperty nwner has the right tn use water nmning aernss his nr her land.
E. Nnue cf the above

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