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Section 1520.01 | Canal lands definitions.


As used in this chapter:

(A) "Canal lands" includes any part of the bed, berm, bank, or slope of any canal, canal basin, or canal reservoir or of any lock, aqueduct, dam, culvert, tunnel, feeder, or side cut formerly a part of any canal system in this state, whether or not abandoned; the outer slope of any towing path embankment formerly a part of any canal system in this state; and any tract of land that was a part of or intended for the use of any canal system in this state. "Canal lands" means only those canal lands that are the property of the state.

(B) "Canal reservoir" means any artificial lake or impoundment that was constructed to provide water to any canal system in this state.

(C) "Domestic use" means the withdrawal of water from a canal or canal reservoir by an individual for outdoor, nonpotable use on residential property by means of a pump or other device that generally has a discharge line with an outside diameter of not more than one and one-half inches.

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