Environmental Aspects of Real Estate and Commercial Transactions: Acquisition, Development, and Liability Management
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Examining the intersection of real estate, business, and environmental law, Environmental Aspects of Real Estate and Commercial Transactions is written by a team of accomplished real estate, environmental, tax, land use, and business lawyers and technical experts, in private practice, corporations, government, and law schools.
The clearly written, detailed, and timely chapters cover all aspects of the environmental issues that must be considered in the purchase, sale, or finance of real property, regardless of use. Covering the entire range of environmental issues that arise when real estate is acquired, developed, operated, sold, financed or the subject of a work out, every chapter has been substantially revised to reflect changes in law and practice.
The book's 29 chapters are organized into four parts for quick access to pertinent information:
- Part 1: Overview environmental liability
- Part 2: Environmental due diligence
- Part 3: Issues related to the transactional structure, tax, and business matters
- Part 4: Environmental issues specific to real estate development
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