Cooper v Barber

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(1810)

Easements

A riparian owner, through whose property a man-made feeder from the River Lavant flowed, was held to have acquired a prescriptive right to pen back a stream for the purposes of irrigating his land, but not so as to cause flooding to his neighbour's land.

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