While the EPA and New Jersey have provided a framework to support certainty for liability protections in real estate transactions of potentially contaminated properties, these standards continue to s
New Jersey Law Journal
...that has been languishing in draft form since 2002. Also in April, ASTM International, which provides widely-used standards and guidance for screening and assessing...
New Jersey Law Journal
...and state regulators focusing their attention on vapor intrusion contamination, in March, ASTM International issued its "Standard E2600-08, addressing the Assessment of Vapor...
...released on March 3 by the American Society of Testing Materials ("ASTM"), an organization that has been the authority for environmental due diligence...
...one developed by the American Society of Testing and Materials known as ASTM 1527. The vast majority of lenders currently insist on the performance of...
A divided state appeals court has delivered a blow to commercial skate board parks viewed by many as safer venues for the sport than city streets, ruling that parents cannot waive in advance their ch
By treating the due diligence process with the great significance that it deserves, a buyer who has not caused an environmental discharge can escape being deemed a party liable under the law to pay f
In a pair of decisions decided July 10, the New Jersey Supreme Court decided that condemning authorities should value contaminated property and recover cleanup costs in two separate actions
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