Title: Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights Rough Draft
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Title: Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights Rough Draft
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Abstract: Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights Rough Draft
General Note: Box 9, Folder 6 ( SF- State Water Policy/Property Rights Issue - 1980-1981 ), Item 34
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PROPOSED POLICY STATEMENT ON PROPERTY RIGHTS


Add paragraph (5) to Rule 17-40.04 to read:

(5) In implementing consumptive use permitting programs, the

department and districts shall recognize the rights of property

owners and other users, as limited by law, to make consumptive

uses of water em-their-land for reasonable-beneficial uses

in a manner consistent with the public interest that will not

interfere with any presently existing legal use of water.


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PROPOSED POLICY STATEMENT ON PROPERTY RIGHTS


Add paragraph (5) to Rule 17-40.04 to read:
(5) In implementing consumptive use permitting programs, the
department and districts shall recognize the rights of property
owners to make consumptive uses of water from their land and
the rights of other users, as limited by law, for reasonable-
beneficial uses in a manner consistent with the public interest
that will not interfere with any presently existing legal use of
water.


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ADDITIONS AND AMENDMENT TO STATE WATER POLICY

CHAPTER 17-40

I. ADDITIONAL STATEMENT TO INCLUDE IN GENERAL WATER POLICY

( ) Promote attainment of maximum economic development
of water and related land resources consistent with

protection of the resource for other uses.


II.


AMENDMENT TO SECTION 17-40.04, WATER USE

(1) No permit shall be granted to authorize the use

of water unless the applicant establishes that the

proposed use is a reasonable-beneficial use, will

not unreasonably interfere with presently permitted

and other existing legal uses of water and is con-

sistent with the public interest.


III. ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS TO INCLUDE IN SECTION 17-40.04,
WATER USE

( ) In implementing a consumptive use permit program

the Department and Districts shall recognize the

) public interest in allocating available, unpermitted.
water sC lies for improved use ann development of
and resources.

( ) Consumptive uses of water in quantities which cause

signifiC )t adverse impacts on off te land uses
\ or legal uses of water shall be curtailed or abated

unless the impact can be mitigated by the permitted.

( ) In permitting consumptive use, greater preference
shall be given to uses of water on the land from

which it is withdrawn than to uses which require

transport of water to other lands.
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( ) Consumptive uses of water in quantities which cause
significant adverse impacts dn off-site land use
or legal uses of water shall be curtailed or abated
unless the impact can be mitigated by the permitted.








PROPOSED POLICY STATEMENT ON PROPERTY RIGHTS

Add paragraph (5) to Rule 17-40.04 to read: :
(5) In implementing consumptive use permitting programs, the
department and districts shall recognize the rights of property "
owners to make consumptive uses of water from their land and 1U.4
the rights of other users, as limited by law, for reasonable-
beneficial uses in a manner consistent with the public interest
that will not interfere with any presently existing legal use of
water.



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( ) Consumptive uses of water in quantities which cause
significant adverse impacts on off-site land uses
or legal uses of water shall be curtailed or abated
unless the impact can be mitigated by the permitted.








PROPOSED POLICY STATEMENT ON PROPERTY RIGHTS

Add paragraph (5) to Rule 17-40.04 to read:
(5) In implementing consumptive use permitting programs, the
department and districts shall recognize the rights of property
owners to make consumptive uses of water from their land and
the rights of other users, as limited by law, for reasonable-
beneficial uses in a manner consistent with the public interest
that will not interfere with any presently existing legal use of
water.




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(5) In implementing consumptive use permitting programs, the

department and districts shall recognize the rights of property

owners to make consumptive uses of water from their land and

the rights of other users, as limited by law, for reasonable-

beneficial uses in a manner consistent with the publicinterest

that will not interfere with any presently existing- legal use of

water.


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