Title: Five suggested versions of property rights in the use of water
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Title: Five suggested versions of property rights in the use of water
Alternate Title: List and text of five suggested versions of property rights in the use of water
Physical Description: 2p.
Language: English
Publication Date: May 19, 1981
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 5, Folder 25 ( SF STATE WATER POLICY - VOL. III ), Item 25
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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List of suggested versions of property rights in the use of
water.

Terry Cole

In implementing a consumptive use permitting program, the

Department and District shall recognize the right of an existing

user of water to continue the use subject to the requirements of

Section 373.226, F.S., if the existing use is a Reasonable-

Beneficial Use and would be allowable under the common law.

Permit renewal applications shall be treated in the same manner

as initial permit applications.


Steve Walker

In implementing a consumptive use permitting program, the

Department and District shall recognize the right of .an applicant

to make a reasonable-beneficial use of any water which has not

previously been reserved or allocated to another use in accor-

dance with the provisions of Chapter 373.


Secretary Jacob Varn

In implementing a consumptive use permitting program,

the Department and District shall recognize the rights of the

riparian owners to make a consumptive use of an equitable

portion of the surface waters. Further, the Department and

District shall also recognize the rights of the overlying prop-

erty owners to make a consumptive use of an equitable portion

of the underlying groundwaters.


Buddy Blain

In implementing consumptive use permitting programs,

the Department and Districts shall recognize the rights of

property owners to make consumptive uses of underlying ground

water and of adjacent surface water for reasonable-beneficial

purposes.

In implementing consumptive use permitting programs,

the Department and Districts shall recognize the qualified

right of property owners to use the groundwater under their

land for reasonable-beneficial purposes and shall continually

seek to maintain the proper balance between competing users.











Buddy Blain (continued)

In implementing a consumptive use permitting program, the

Department and District shall recognize the rights of overlying

property owners to make consumptive uses of underlying ground

waters for reasonable-beneficial purposes consistent with the

Water Resources Act.


In implementing a consumptive use permitting program the

Department and Districts shall recognize the rights of property

owners to make a reasonable-beneficial use of both adjacent

surface waters and underlying ground waters.


In implementing consumptive, use permitting programs, the

Department and Districts shall recognize the rights of property

owners to make consumptive uses of underlying ground water and

of adjacent surface water for reasonable-beneficial purposes

consistent with the Water Resources Act.



Secretary Varn May 19, 1981

In implementing a consumptive use permitting program,

the Department and District shall recognize the rights of the

overlying property owners to make a reasonable-beneficial use

of an equitable portion of the underlying ground water and of

the riparian owners to make a reasonable-beneficial use of an

equitable portion of the adjacent surface waters.



























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