aqua currit et debet currere, ut currere solebat


aqua currit et debet currere, ut currere solebat
/aekwa kahrat et debat kahrariy, at kahrariy sowliybat/
Water runs, and ought to run, as it has used to run. A running stream should be left to flow in its natural channel, without alteration or diversion; that water is the common and equal property of every one through whose domain it flows

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.


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