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The water right is defined as a right for exclusive and monopolistic use of river water, which is legalized with the special permission of river administrators. In other words, river water here is considered an object to be legally occupied. However, this definition is not for general water rights but for the licensed water rights, which were, in Japan, preceded by customary water rights based upon the actual conditions of water use. The Land Improvement Law was enacted in 1949 and newdoi:10.11408/jierp1982.1985.21 fatcat:cegkqyhckzhtpnojfg5fo32zte