Fundus (seabed)

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The fundus is the seabed in a tidal river below low water mark.[1] This can be owned by the foreshore owner (area between high and low water mark) and may require permission and rent, if used for laying a mooring or putting down crab or lobster pots.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Maloney, Frank E.; Richard C. Ausness (December 1974). "The Use and Legal Significance of the Mean High Water Line in Coastal Boundary Mapping: Footnote 88". North Carolina Law Review (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) 53 (2).