"Private pond A body of water wholly on the lands of a single owner, or of a single group of joint owners or tenants in common, which did not have any such connection with any public waters that fish could pass from one to the other. At common law, if pond was so connected with public waters that at time of high water, fish could go in and out, it was not 'private pond' from which defendants could seine fish whether fish might go out same day or next season.
G. Privatweiher m.
S. laguna f privada.
F. étang m privé.
I. stagno m privato."
West's Law & Commercial Dictionary
Zanichelli/West, Bologna - 1988
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