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Using U.S. and Pennsylvania Law to Determine the Location of Boundaries of Land Bordering Navigable Interior Submerged Lands

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A general overview of United States law related to boundaries of land bordering navigable interior submerged lands and federal determination of navigability of interior waterways is presented. United States statute and case law on boundaries of land bordering navigable interior waterways is reviewed. A general overview of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania law related to boundaries of land bordering navigable interior submerged lands is presented as are Pennsylvania statute and case law on the subject. A brief example is presented of a land surveyor using law to arrive at an opinion of the location of the boundary between interior submerged land and riparian upland in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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Keywords: BOUNDARY; INTERIOR SUBMERGED LANDS; NAVIGABLE; RIPARIAN

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2012

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