The change from prescriptive rights to priority rights meant all of the following except

(a) Entrepreneurial costs of economic development, such as river and lake pollution, had to be paid by those who were responsible for the costs.
(b) The courts encouraged entrepreneurial activity by judicial interpretation.
(c) Amenity rights to scenery, clear air and quiet enjoyment could be reduced.
(d) Judges placed social weights upon property rights that favored some more
than others.