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Toxics Cleanup Program Policy 520B: Interim Policy – Prospective Purchaser Agreements

Publication number Date Published
94-09-100August 1994
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Author(s) Policy and Technical Unit, Toxics Cleanup Program
Description Recent amendments to the Model Toxics Control Act allow the Attorney General and Ecology to enter into settlements with a person not currently liable for remedial action at a facility who proposes to purchase, redevelop, or reuse the facility. This policy provides Ecology employees guidance on the use of this form of settlement, typically called a "prospective purchaser agreement." This Policy was re-formatted and cataloged in Ecology’s publications database in October 2017 and was not changed from the original document.
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Keywords Independent Cleanup Sites, policy, Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA), agreement, Prospective Purchaser
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