Jump to navigation. Pursuant to the Migratory Bird Conservation Act, the United States acquired land parcels in Louisiana for a wildlife refuge, one by deed inthe other by condemnation in Mineral rights were reserved to the respondent former owners for a period of 10 years, subject to extension if certain detailed exploration and production conditions were met, after which complete fee title was to vest in the United States.
This project, located in Lafayette, Louisiana, aims to establish a connection among open spaces along Bayou Vermilion in order to enhance its use as a cultural, economic, ecological, and open space amenity. Much of the land along the bayou is privately owned and residential, with public access limited to a few critical points; at which, this project proposes a transit hub, a mixed-use center, and connections to existing public recreation and open spaces. To reinforce these new uses, a trail will connect several destinations by utilizing land on the banks of Bayou Vermilion adjacent to existing residential properties.
Court of Appeal of Louisiana, Fourth Circuit. Hugh M. Wilkinson, Jr.
Written by: Christopher R. Much of this new area, now inundated with water, runs over land that is privately owned. Thus, while more waters are available to fish, the newly created waters may be subject to trespass liability for sportsmen and tort liability for landowners.
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Today, I qualified to run for State Senate District I am running because I want to make a difference. One of my primary issues is public access to open waters.
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