AVULSION

AVULSION

avulsion ([schwa]-v[schwa]l-sh[schwa]n), n.

1. A forcible detachment or separation.

2. A sudden removal of land caused by change in a river’s course or by flood. ? Land removed by avulsion remains the property of the original owner. Cf. ALLUVION; ACCRETION(1); DELICTION; EROSION.

3. A tearing away of a body part surgically or accidentally. [Cases: Navigable Waters 45; Waters and Water Courses 94. C.J.S. Navigable Waters ¡ì¡ì 100, 111; Waters ¡ì¡ì 176, 183.] ¡ª avulse, vb.


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