Tag Archives: Water Law

NMCA: Underground water rights may be partially forfeited

A landowner contended that he owned 394.85 acre-feet of underground water rights in the now-abandoned town of Cutter, New Mexico. The evidence at trial showed that a railroad had previously used the water, but that for 34 years the water … Continue reading

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Arguments in Florida v. Georgia to be heard in Albuquerque in December

Tenth Circuit Judge Paul Kelly, whom the Supreme Court of the United States appointed as special master in Florida v. Georgia, has entered an order setting oral argument on December 16, 2019, at 10 a.m., at the Pete V. Domenici … Continue reading

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