2011 Louisiana Laws
CC 658 — Estate through which water runs.
Art. 658. Estate through which water runs.
The owner of an estate through which water runs, whether it originates there or passes from lands above, may make use of it while it runs over his lands. He cannot stop it or give it another direction and is bound to return it to its ordinary channel where it leaves his estate.
Acts 1977, No. 514, §1.
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