3 edition of Engineering and legal aspects of land drainage in Illinois found in the catalog.
Engineering and legal aspects of land drainage in Illinois
Pickels, George Wellington
|Statement||by G. W. Pickels and F. B. Leonard, Jr.|
|Contributions||Leonard, Frank Bonner, b. 1891, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE105 .A16 no. 42|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||gs 22000150|
A Treatise on the Practical Drainage of Land; A Treatise on the Practical Drainage of Land. A Treatise on the Practical Drainage of Land. Get access. Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional login. Log in Register Recommend to librarian Cited by 1;. By Name of Purchaser or Name of Purchaser in a Specified County. Enter at least the first two letters of the surname of the purchaser. Enter the purchaser's name in the format: last name space first name space middle initial (for example, Smith John D).The first name and middle initial may be omitted to accomplish a surname search.
Drainage Plan - A plan, including engineering drawings and supporting calculations, which describes the existing storm water drainage system and environmental features as well as the drainage system and environmental features which are proposed after development of a property. A Review of Illinois Drainage Law. The basic principle of the law of natural drainage is that landowners take whatever advantages or inconveniences of drainage nature places upon their land. One of the most important principles of Illinois drainage law is that the owners of lower ground are bound to receive.
illinois drainage laws: rights and responsibilities of highway authorities and landowners adjacent to highways. FINAL REPORT This publication provides an extensive treatment of Illinois drainage law as it applies to local, county, and state highway authorities and adjacent landowners in both agricultural and urban environments. Monday mornings at am central on WILL-AM - A mix of faculty members from the University of Illinois College of Law provide commentary for WILL-AM’s Legal Issues in the News, airing Monday mornings at am. Winner of seven Associated Press awards for best editorial commentary.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pickels, G.W. Engineering and legal aspects of land drainage in Illinois. Urbana, Ill.: [Illinois] State Geological. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pickels, George Wellington, Engineering and legal aspects of land drainage in Illinois.
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By George Wellington Pickels and b. Frank Bonner Leonard Engineering problems, by G.W. Pickelspt Legal problems, by F.B. Leonar Topics: Water-supply. In the United Kingdom the Land Drainage Act decrees drainage of land in England and Wales, but does not cover sewerage and water supplies but the actual process of draining land itself.
The act defines who is responsible for various aspects of land drainage and the different areas in which the law applies. See also. Land Drainage Act. One of the earliest documents describing Illinois’ drainage law, titled “Engineering and Legal Aspects of Land Drainage in Illinois” published by the Illinois State Geological Survey (Pickels and Leonard, ).
The purpose of that report was, in part “to lay before the. drainage nature places upon their land. What these advan-tages or inconveniences are ultimately depends on the level of one’s property in relation to the land around it.1 A landowner must receive surface water flowing naturally from higher ground.
One of the most important principles of Illinois drainage law is that the owners of lower ground. The civil law rule: Paying for any harm you cause.
In its simplest form, the civil law rule says that landowners are strictly liable for altering the natural drainage of surface water. The rule thus is the exact opposite of the common enemy rule.
Landowners have no right to alter drainage, and they have the right not to be injured by others altering the drainage. Illinois Drainage Problems. There are many causes for Northern Illinois drainage problems, like clay soil, poor planning, improper grading, and unately, once the water is on your property it is your problem.
You are not allowed to block the flow of water onto your property by building a berm. Illinois Drainage Guide (Online) Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering University of Illinois.
Legal advice on Drainage law in Illinois Last year, we gave them a copy of the law pertaining to the Illinois drainage code, yet they persist in adding more debris to the natural drain. The amount of land that would be removed would be about linear feet long and 60 feet wide or equivalent to 1/2 acer.
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When purchasing a home it is important to determine whether any easements exist that encumber your land.
Easements grant a third party (“easement holder”) a non-possessory interest in your land. Utility easements are maintained by utility companies for the benefit of other properties and restrict the owner’s use of the land in several ways, such as preventing.
Under Illinois law, the owner of lower land ordinarily has no right to build a dam, levee, or other artificial structure that will interfere with the drainage of higher land. In fact, the willful and intentional interference by an owner of lower land is considered a petty offense and is punishable by a fine.
thor of a text Drainage and Flood Control Engineering published in and by McGraw Hill. The text has been widely used and is still useful in Professor Pickels, with F. Leonard, Jr., wrote Engineering and Legal Aspects of Land Drainage in Illinois, printed in as Bulletin 42 of the Illinois State Geological Survey.
We recommend that the owner file one copy of the plan with the legal papers for the land and keep a working copy with the farm records.
If a drainage system is designed in the field, the designer, with the help of the contractor, should prepare a final, as-constructed plan with notes for the landowner. Property and real estate laws typical concern things like landlord-tenant relations, homestead protection from creditors, and related matters.
Laws regulating the rental market protect both landlords and tenants. In Illinois, for example, landlords must return a tenant's security deposit within 30 days of the termination of the lease but the state doesn't limit the amount landlords may charge.
drainage plan.5 The Code provides for injunctive remedies. Hence, these matters are “all or nothing” battles which are largely waged in the trial court. Illinois follows the civil law rule of surface water drainage, which pro-vides that when tracts of land are sit-uated “[s]uch that surface water falling or coming into one naturally.
A company that knows how to work with and install drainage systems with terrain layouts so we can affordably save your property from potential flooding and water damage. Please fill out the form, and tell us about your yard drainage project in detail, and we will pair you with a Illinois drainage professional.This Act may be known and cited as the Illinois Drainage Code.
(Source: Lawsp. ) then the names and addresses of the person who last paid the general taxes on such land as shown by the collector's books in the county in which such land is situated, and the petitioners or the clerk of the court shall, at least 10 days before the.Illinois Cropland Suitable for Drainage Water Management (PDF, KB) Indiana County Acres Summary (PDF, KB) Indiana Suitable Soils for Drainage Water Management (PDF, KB) Indiana Acres Suitable for Drainage Water Management by County (PDF, 83 KB) Iowa Cropland Suitable for Drainage Water Management State Map (PDF, KB).