Arkwright v Cell

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(1839) Easements The lower riparian owners were occupiers of mills located on a stream which drained a mine. They attempted to compel the mine owners to continue such discharge. Giving judgment, Lord Abinger said: 'The stream ... was an artificial watercourse, and the sole object for...

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