Environmental Due Diligence
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Environmental Due Diligence Topics
The Whole Story Behind ASTM E-1527 (Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments)
Limitations of the ASTM Term "Recognized Environmental Condition" (REC)
ASTM E-1527 versus U.S. EPA's "All Appropriate Inquiries" (AAI) Rule
FYI: Lenders (Banks) Have Almost No Statutory Environmental Cleanup Liability