§ 21. Complaint in federal court—By property owner—Against former tenant and owner of dry-cleaning establishment—For reimbursement of cost of removing hazardous substances and related damages and declaratory judgment imposing liability for future costs—Contamination of real property by dry-cleaning solvent “perchloroethylene” (PERC) | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 21. Complaint in federal court—By property owner—Against former tenant and owner of dry-cleaning establishment—For reimbursement of cost of removing hazardous substances and related damages and declaratory judgment imposing liability for future costs—Contamination of real property by dry-cleaning solvent “perchloroethylene” (PERC) | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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16B Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms Laundries, Dyers, and Dry Cleaners § 21
American Jurisprudence
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Pleading and Practice Forms Annotated
Laundries, Dyers, and Dry Cleaners
II. Liability for Loss or Injury
A. To Property of Customer or Others
§ 21. Complaint in federal court—By property owner—Against former tenant and owner of dry-cleaning establishment—For reimbursement of cost of removing hazardous substances and related damages and declaratory judgment imposing liability for future costs—Contamination of real property by dry-cleaning solvent “perchloroethylene” (PERC)
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