Edmonds Judd

water rights

The finite supply of water

Water easements

Water is an absolute necessity for any type of farming or horticultural activity. Historically viewed as an infinite and expendable resource, water is now seen as having a finite supply and must be dealt with as a commodity. The right to access water from a source, such as a spring or well, and the right to use that water are different, but related, issues.

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waterHere is the Summer issue of Rural eSpeaking; we hope you enjoy reading it. If you would like to talk further about any of the topics covered in this edition, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

In this issue you can read articles on:

  • Water, Water Everywhere: Now a finite resource
  • Access to the Outdoors: Unlocking the gates to your property
  • Over the Fence: 90-day trial periods – Changes to employment legislation – livestock grazing agreements

The next issue of Rural will be published in March.