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Hazardous Waste Considerations In Real Estate Transactions

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
F-TCP-92-115January 1992September 1999
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Author(s) TCP Staff
Description This publication is directed toward anyone involved in real estate transactions; individuals citizens, real estate brokers and agents, appraisers, lenders, attorneys, consultants, and developers. It identifies some common concerns regarding hazardous waste liability as it relates to property transactions and outlines investigative techniques commonly used to assess the potential for hazardous substance contamination at a site.
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Keywords real estate, hazard, hazardous, liability, hazardous waste, waste

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