Sniffing Out Vapor Intrusion in Real Estate Deals

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Sarah Hunt Broughel on Vapor Intrusion in Real Estate Deals

Environmental Law360

 | March 1, 2016

 | Sarah Hunt Broughel

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Sarah Broughel wrote “Sniffing Out Vapor Intrusion in Real Estate Deals,” in Environmental Law360 where she discusses environmental diligence and liability considerations specific to vapor intrusion.  She explains why prospective purchasers of commercial real estate should be sure to consider vapor intrusion during environmental diligence, and what steps should be taken if vapor intrusion is identified. The article also appeared in Real Estate Law360.


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