Alluvion Legal Meaning and Definition

Here is a simplified definition of the legal term Alluvion.

Alluvion (noun): The term 'Alluvion' refers to an increase of land resulting from the deposit of sediment (sand, gravel, or other particles) over time by the natural action of water such as a river or sea. This can gradually change the size or shape of a property. It's a common term used in property law. It is considered a natural event, distinct from a sudden event such as a landslide, which is referred to as "avulsion." Please note, your provided example does not relate to 'Alluvion'.