Opinion: Remediation Obligations Create Confusing Environment
Connecticut, like many other states, has numerous contaminated properties. The contamination could be because of historic conditions or more current releases. Eventually, some entity will become responsible for investigating and remediating that contamination as a result of an administrative order, judicial decree, settlement, contractual agreement or through Connecticut's Transfer of Establishments Act (Transfer Act) (Connecticut General Statutes §§ 22a-134 et seq.).
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