Title: Chapter 17-40.04 Water Law. Paragraphs (5) and (6). November 17, 1981. 1p.
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Title: Chapter 17-40.04 Water Law. Paragraphs (5) and (6). November 17, 1981. 1p.
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17-40.04 Water Law


(5) In implementing consumptive use permitting programs, the

department and the districts shall recognize the rights of

property owners, as limited by law, to make consumptive uses of

water from their land and the rights of other users, as limited

by law, to make consumptive uses of water7-as-beth-4imited-by

law7 for reasonable beneficial uses in a manner consistent with

the public interest that will not interfere with any presently

existing legal use of water.



(6) Permits authorizing consumptive uses of water which

cause unanticipated significant adverse impacts on off-site

land uses existing at the time of permit application, or on legal

uses of water existing at the time of permit application, should

be considered for modification to curtail or abate the adverse

impacts unless the impacts can be mitigated by the permitted.


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