Colorado water law

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Water -- Law and legislation -- Colo

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StatementGeorge Vranesh.
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LC ClassificationsKFC2246 .V73 1987
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Pagination3 v. (loose-leaf) ;
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Open LibraryOL2485957M
LC Control Number87406756

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Vranesh's Colorado Water Law is the second edition of the massive three-volume treatise written by the late George Vranesh and published in Editors James N. Corbridge Jr. and Teresa A. Rice have reduced the original work from three volumes to one, and they have substantially rewritten and reorganized it to make it more accessible for those involved with and interested.

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Colorado Water Law. Colorado water law follows the system of prior appropriation. The prior appropriation “doctrine” is a system of allocating water rights from a water body or source (surface water or groundwater) that has evolved in the American West since the mids due to the scarcity of water.

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Those early laws made to regulate water still hold true today. Water law is particularly an issue in Colorado, where water that flows out of the state travels to the Atlantic or Pacific oceans, depending on which side of the Continental Divide in which it originates.

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Colorado Revised Statutes Title Water and Irrigation Section Read the code on FindLaw. Born of the arid west, the University of Denver Water Law Review fosters discussion and promotes rigorous scholarship on water law and policy Recent Articles Unsettled Waters: Rights, Law, and Identity in the American West.

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Water Rights. Guide to Colorado Well Permits, Water Rights, and Water Administration (PDF) (Colorado Division of Water Resources) History of Water Rights in Colorado (Colorado Division of Water Resources) Annual Report of the State Engineer - gives a summary of Colorado water issues for the year.

- available online. Citizen's Guide to Colorado Water Law, 4th edition. Regular price $ Sale. Quantity. Add to cart This useful desk reference, authored by Justice Gregory Hobbs Jr, explores the basics of Colorado water law, how it has developed, and how it is applied today.

Readers can learn more about surface and ground water allocation and regulation. First, Colorado water law is distinctive and worthy of the special treatment this book gives it. Many water law books treat all of U.S. water law, making it necessary to ferret out what is applicable to Colorado from lengthy books that deal with the entire country.

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Additionally, Bennett W. Raley, Peggy E. Montaño, and Deborah L. Freeman all received Best Lawyers in. In The Colorado Doctrine, David Schorr examines the reasons for this rejection and for the choices embodied in the Prior Appropriation Doctrine in Colorado. His book presents at once a history of the development of western water law and an argument for questioning fundamental assumptions about this radical departure from established water law.The book makes it clear that water law in Colorado, as elsewhere, is a work in progress, and that numerous criti - cal issues (well described in the text) remain to be settled by the legislature and the courts.

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