§ 145. Complaint in federal court—By private party—Against several contaminators under umbrella corporate control, including previous site occupant—Sale and leaseback of contaminated site—For recovery of costs under CERCLA—Diminished value of real property due to contamination—Recovery under state law for negligence, strict liability, nuisance, breach of contract and lease agreement, and common-law indemnity | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 145. Complaint in federal court—By private party—Against several contaminators under umbrella corporate control, including previous site occupant—Sale and leaseback of contaminated site—For recovery of costs under CERCLA—Diminished value of real property due to contamination—Recovery under state law for negligence, strict liability, nuisance, breach of contract and lease agreement, and common-law indemnity | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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19C Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms Pollution Control § 145
American Jurisprudence
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September 2023 Update
Pleading and Practice Forms Annotated
Pollution Control
VI. Waste Disposal and Management
D. Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA)
§ 145. Complaint in federal court—By private party—Against several contaminators under umbrella corporate control, including previous site occupant—Sale and leaseback of contaminated site—For recovery of costs under CERCLA—Diminished value of real property due to contamination—Recovery under state law for negligence, strict liability, nuisance, breach of contract and lease agreement, and common-law indemnity
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