New York Appellate Division Decision Finds Riparian Right Cannot Unduly Impinge upon Dock Owner Rights
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Kerns v. Thilburg, 76 A.3d.
Plaintiff Kerns owns a commercial marina in Suffolk County, New York, on the Sterling Creek.
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Topics) Land Use) Littoral Rights
Topics) Water Rights) Riparian Rights
New York) Sterling Creek
Appellate Division - Supreme Court
Kerns v. Thilburg