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CHAPTER 13

RIGHTS INCIDENT TO LAND

Introductory note:  In this chapter, we consider several rights which one holds by virtue of being a landowner: (1) the right not to have one’s use and enjoyment of the land unreasonably interfered with (nuisance); (2) the right to have lateral and subjacent support for one’s property; (3) the right to control “diffused surface water"(drainage); (4) the right to water flowing through or near one’s property; and (5) the right to the air space above one’s property.

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