Tarrant Water District: Either a minimalist contractual decision or an invitation to hoard water

Vol. 45 No. 3

Sidney F. Ansbacher is a shareholder with Gray Robinson, P.A., in Jacksonville, Florida.

This article follows Tarrant Water District: Another battle in the Texas-Oklahoma water wars, my previous article published in Vol. 43 Trends No. 5 (May/June 2012). That piece predicted that the U.S. Supreme Court could resolve the Red River Compact dispute over water rights between the Tarrant Regional Water District in Texas and the Oklahoma Water Resources Board by interpreting the four-state compact by its contract terms. Alternatively, the Court could take the opportunity to expound on interstate water law in a time of rapidly diminishing potable water resources.

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