90. The amount of water that, over a period of time, arrives from a tributary downstream of Doctors Point or from an artificial case approved by the Commission for the purposes of this clause, with the exception of the quantities covered in point 89, is allocated to the higher state from which the water enters the upper river. Not all water in the River Murray system is shared between the three states. Water flows from tributaries in New South Wales and Victoria in Murray. The water flowing from the rivers downstream of Albury in the Murray, such as murrumbidgee and Goulburn, belongs to the state through which the water flows. 86. Subject to the conditions that can be agreed between the Commission and a higher state, the Commission may transport water from one part of the upper river to the other through work under the control of that state. 2.10 The signing in 1992 of a new Murray-Darling Basin Agreement (second agreement) replaced the old water agreement and replaced the River Murray Commission.  The Commonwealth, NSW, Victoria and SA ratified the second agreement in 1993.  Queensland and the ACT ratified the second agreement in 1996 and 1998.
 The second agreement also resulted in the creation of the Murray-Darling Council of Ministers, the Basling Commission (Basin Commission) and the Community Advisory Committee.  This work is exploited or controlled to the extent that the regulation of river flow or water quality may be compromised and the total costs of construction, maintenance, operation and control of this work are borne by the government or contracting governments of the states concerned, and the state government that manages and controls the work leads to it being exploited and controlled in the manner that it is operated and controlled. manner. From time to time, the Commission may be asked. (v) the construction of the permitted works in accordance with paragraph 33, paragraph 1, unless the contracting governments have reached an agreement in accordance with paragraph 48, paragraph 3, and there has been some disagreement among engineers as to the scope of their investigation, but when their report was presented on 24 July 1913, there were sufficient points of convergence to finalize their recommendations. Engineers had come to the conclusion that further irrigation development was most necessary to allow regulation through storage. The year-over-year influx was so irregular that no scheme was possible to ensure complete control, and therefore, to regulate the water supply, it would be preferable to provide for the construction of dams or dams – first to build a 1 million-foot warehouse on Upper Murray, and second, to turn Lake Victoria into a reservoir. 98.
Any water supplied by an upper state of the southern State of Australia by a southern Australian state is considered to be from the State of South Australia and the Commission may, if necessary, make it necessary to ensure the availability of adequately allocated water instead of use or supply, distribute the amounts of water in the upper river. , but does not alter the total amounts of water, the upper states of the upper upper river. 111. Following the entry into force of the agreement, the agreement reached between the parties on 8 October 1963 and established by the Commonwealth of Australia`s Lake Storage Act 1963 expires. “Deviations” include abstractions, embankments and water means that reduce or delay the volume of the river.