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"The ancient laws of the Roman Emperor Justinian held that the sea, the shores of the sea, the air and running water were common to everyone. The seashore, later defined as waters affected by the ebb and flow of the tides could not be appropriated for private use and were open to all. This principle became the law in England as well. In the Magna Carta in England centuries later public rights were further strengthened at the insistence of the nobles that fishing weirs which obstructed free navigation be removed from rivers."

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