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Main Title Legal Aspects of Water Use and Control in South Carolina. Part A. Legal Considerations Relating to a New Water Resources Law for South Carolina.
Author Randall, J, Charles H. ;
CORP Author Clemson Univ., S. C. Water Resources Research Inst.
Year Published 1971
Report Number WRRI-20; OWRR-B-003-SC; 09363,; B-003-SC(2)
Stock Number PB-200 654
Additional Subjects ( Water law ; South Carolina) ; ( Water resources ; Regional planning) ; Legislation ; Economic factors ; Management ; Zoning ; Water rights ; Water quality ; State governments ; Water pollution ; Environmental engineering ;
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NTIS  PB-200 654 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Increasing and competing demands for water use have persuaded legislatures in many riparian states to enact statutes modifying traditional riparian rules. Some of these statutes incorporate elements of the appropriation system, and delegate to administrative agencies power to grant permits for water use. Others delegate to agencies power to declare emergency water areas, and to regulate withdrawals from such areas. Within recent years, increased concern for protection of the environment has led to statutes both Federal and State providing for inventory of water and related resources, large scale planning for water use and control, including water zoning, and extensive reorganization of administrative agenciesto deal with these problems. South Carolina is experiencing population growth and industrial development, and is beginning to face some of the problems these statutes were designed to meet. These statutory developments are examined, with a view to their consideration by the administrative agencies and the General Assembly of South Carolina. Problems of State constitutional law relating to water use and control are also examined. (Author)