Riparian Rights – Change in River Bank

The parties owned adjacent land commonly bounded on the north by a river. When the river curved changing the original bank line, the court ruled that the frontage of each riparian owner on the new bank should be divided in proportion to the frontage on the original bank. Swanson v. Dalton, 178 Neb. 55, 131 N.W.2d 704 (1964).

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