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United States v. Crow, Pope & Land Enters., Inc.

Citation: 2 ELR 20700
No. No. 15,844, 340 F. Supp. 25/4 ERC 1382/(N.D. Ga., 03/21/1972)

In order to be considered a navigable water within the meaning of the 1899 Refuse Act, a body of water must meet a three-fold test of navigability: It must be presently used or suitable for use; or it must have been used or suitable for use in the past, or, thirdly, there exists the possibility that it could be made suitable for use in the futur...

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