In the first part of this series, we looked at laws governing the use of surface waters in Georgia, including the riparian rights doctrine, and compared them to prior appropriation based water laws enacted by states in the western part of the country. In this part, we will discuss Georgia laws governing the use of underground water and compare them with different types of underground water laws in other states.
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