The land under the waters of the Delaware River, within the limits as determined in
§ 1510 of this title, on the front of the littoral holdings of the littoral proprietors,
respectively, and between the bulkhead line or lines of solid filling, as shown and
exhibited on the maps referred to in § 1505 of this title, and the westerly bank of the river (designating the high watermark
thereof), shall vest in fee in the littoral proprietors, their heirs, executors, administrators,
successors and assigns, respectively. When a suitable bulkhead has been constructed in front of any of the littoral holdings
of any of the littoral proprietors, the Attorney General, upon satisfactory evidence
of that fact, and the tender to the Attorney General of the reasonable and necessary
expenses of preparing the conveyance or conveyances named in this section, shall seasonably
prepare and forthwith execute under the seal of the State a grant assuring to the
littoral proprietors, respectively, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors
and assigns the lands under water in front of their respective littoral holdings between
the bulkhead line and the river bank.
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