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The source under property law is not only present where water from a groundwater stream or an underground water vein emerges to the surface of its own accord, without human intervention; rather, any water vein rising from the groundwater or flowing underground, provided it is only permanent in character, can become a source by being cut, captured and discharged somewhere.

Term-Nr.: 800

German: Quelle (650)

Source: LK-Lötscher, 11.05.2020

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