In real estate and Accretion
In real estate, when an earthquake moves the land, this is called
A sudden change in land is avulsion, whereas a subtle change in land is termed accretion. Another example of this outside of an earthquake would be a river changing course. Riparian – or Riparian Rights are rights associated with water. For example if there are six separate properties surround a lake, all property owners have equal use to the water as long as they use it reasonably. If there is not enough...