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Environmental Law in Property Transactions 3rd ed isbn 9781845921064

Environmental Law in Property Transactions 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780406923646
ISBN: 0406923647
New Edition ISBN: 9781845921064
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406022933
Published: April 2001
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This important book takes the property lawyer or professional through all the environmental issues which arise in day-to-day property transactions, whether for conveyancers or in dealings with landlords and tenants. Part One looks at the importance of environmental law for the conveyancer and includes annotations to standard enquiries. It also discusses the environmental issues which arise at every step of the conveyancing transaction.

Part Two considers the different aspects of environmental law, allowing the practitioner to gain an understanding of the context in which questions may occur and giving a full account of the relevant case law. Part Three provides a selection of precedentsThe second edition is fully updated and includes detailed coverage of the long-awaited contaminated land regime, Pollution Prevention and Control Act 2000, case law development and statutory nuisance.

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Subjects:
Property Law, Environmental Law
Contents:
Part I: The Property Transaction - Introduction.
Approaching the transaction - the need for information.
Pre-contract enquiries.
Freedom of access to environmental information.
Local land charges search.
Local authority enquiries.
Other sources of information.
Environmental surveys.
Assessing and managing environmental risk (including contractual issues).
Particular transactions: leases and lending.
Transferring permits to the purchaser.
Part II: Specific Environmental Issues - Introduction - What is Environmental Law?
Civil law.
Statutory nuisance.
Contaminated land.
Waste.
Water.
Air.
Noise.
Nature conservation.
Built environment/archaeology.
Part III: Precedents.
Index.