As used in this act unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:
(a) “Real property” means lands, within or without the State, and improvements thereof or thereon, any
and all rights-of-way, water, riparian and other rights, any and all easements, and
privileges in real property, and any right or interest of any kind or description
in, relating to or connected with real property;
(b) “Water supply facility” means and refers to the real property and the plants, structures, machinery and
equipment and other property, real, personal and mixed, acquired, constructed or operated,
or to be acquired, constructed or operated in whole or in part by or on behalf of
the State, for the purpose of augmenting the natural water resources of the State
and making available an increased supply of water for all uses, and any and all appurtenances
necessary, useful or convenient for the collecting, impounding, storing, improving
or transmitting of water, and for the preserving and protecting of these resources
and facilities and providing for the conservation and development of future water
supply resources, and facilitating incidental recreational uses thereof;
(c) “Commissioner” means the Commissioner of Environmental Protection.
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