Templeton v. Huss

311 N.E.2d 141, 57 Ill.2d 134, IL.0000431(1974)

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Rehearing denied May 31, 1974. Bertram F. Templeton, since 1931 the owner of farm land situated southwest of the village of Oreana in Macon County, brought an action in 1964 against Jack C. Huss, Adair D. Huss, John M. Oldweiler and Eugenia J. Oldweiler, the owners of an adjoining parcel of farm land which they were then in the process of subdividing for single-family detached housing. The original complaint alleged that these defendants in subdividing their said real estate, have, by artificial means, changed the surface drainage of their said lands in such a manner that surface waters now flow from the Defendants' lands onto the Plaintiff's land at a place other than the place or places at which such waters flowed onto the Plaintiff's land in a state of nature and other than in the general course of natural drainage, and the defendants have, by artificial means, changed the surface drainage of their said lands in such a manner as to bring waters from another watershed into the natural watershed in which the Plaintiff's land is located and [to cast] those waters upon the Plaintiff's land. The complaint prayed for injunctive and other relief.

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Técnicos y profesionales
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1974
29 de marzo
IDIOMA
EN
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9
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