recognized environmental condition

Many attorneys on the business and legal sides of transactions involving the transfer of real property have developed working knowledge of the primary purposes of performing Phase I environmental due diligence: (1) gain information on the environmental conditions of a property; (2) establish defenses to CERCLA liability; (3) secure lending; and (4) secure insurance.

Many attorneys are also generally familiar
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