State water right applications for unappropriated water
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State water right applications for unappropriated water assignments thereof, reservations for counties of origin, and other related matters, as authorized by part 2, division 6, of the Water code. by California. Dept. of Water Resources.

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Published in [Sacramento] .
Written in English



  • California.


  • Water rights -- California.

Book details:

LC ClassificationsHD1694.C2 A5 1959
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5789538M
LC Control Number59063157

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  State Filed Applications are a special type of post appropriative water right application, as defined by Water Code Section et seq. In , the California Legislature passed the Feigenbaum Act, which authorized the state to file applications for the appropriation of water for the development of water resources of the state. federal non-reserved water right might include any use by the federal government of unappropriated water that is recognized neither under applicable state law nor under the reserved right doctrine. Defined this broadly, federal non-reserved water rights would include even uses of water that have been explicitly authorized. „Allocation and efficient use of water can be influenced by water quality standards. „Note that water rights and water quality use the same words with different meanings. „Determines who may divert and use water and the conditions under which they may do so. zProcesses applications to appropriate unappropriated Size: KB. Set forth below is a brief discussion of the California law of surface water and Appropriative rights to surface water are rights to use unappropriated water, that is, water dispose of the priorities vested in the State by filing applications to appropriate unappropriated water. (25 File Size: KB.

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A right to previously unappropriated water expressly created by federal law or by implication, meaning that even if such a right was not named explicitly, Congress implied that it was necessary to reserve water rights for present or future use on federal lands so as not to defeat the purposes for which the federal reservation of land was made. "In the case of seepage water from any constructed works, any party desiring to use the same shall make application to the state engineer, as in the case of unappropriated water, and such party shall pay to the owner of such works a reasonable charge for the storage or carriage of such water in such works, if the appearance of such seepage water can be traced beyond reasonable doubt to the. Federal Reserved Water Rights and the Bureau of Land Management: The following types of federal reserved water rights can occur on BLM lands: public water holes and springs; mineral hot springs; stock driveways; public oil shale withdrawals; wild and scenic rivers; national monuments and conservation areas; and wilderness areas. There are three court decrees in this area covering surface water: the Boulder Creek Decree, the Escalante River Decree, and the Deer Creek Decree. Water rights in this area were compiled into three Proposed Determinations of Water Rights. The Boulder area book was compiled in , while the Escalante and supplemental books were done in