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If a landowner has riparian responsibilities because of a boundary with a watercourse and the route of that watercourse moved (naturally or culverted), would the landowner's boundary or area of responsibility move with the watercourse or would it correspond to their red line on the title document?

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Published on LexisPSL on 07/12/2017

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  • If a landowner has riparian responsibilities because of a boundary with a watercourse and the route of that watercourse moved (naturally or culverted), would the landowner's boundary or area of responsibility move with the watercourse or would it correspond to their red line on the title document?

If a landowner has riparian responsibilities because of a boundary with a watercourse and the route of that watercourse moved (naturally or culverted), would the landowner's boundary or area of responsibility move with the watercourse or would it correspond to their red line on the title document?

If you own land or property next to a river, stream or ditch you are a riparian landowner. Riparian owners have certain rights and responsibilities.

In the case of ditches,

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