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reliction - Legal Definition
A gradual shifting of a river’s course, causing it to
withdraw from its banks and/or to lower its level. The newly created dry land,
if the retreat is permanent, becomes the property of the owner of the adjoining
property; the changing of a property’s boundary line by the erosion of land by
a river or stream. See also accretion,
avulsion, and dereliction.