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Commercial property practitioners are becoming increasingly aware of the impact and importance of environmental law on their practice. Environmental liabilities and issues now arise at every step of a commercial property transaction: when carrying out enquiries, negotiating the contract and other legal documentation, allocating liability and dealing with post-completion issues.
This practical and user-friendly guide sets out and provides advice about the most common environmental issues and corresponding risk management options that arise in commercial property transactions. It is an invaluable tool that the busy commercial property practitioner can refer to at each stage of the transaction.
Written by experts in the field, the guide is transaction-focused and arranged into separate buyer/tenant and seller/landlord sections for each chronological, transactional step. Importantly for practitioners, it includes some useful precedents and a set of drafting principles and pitfalls for the most commonly used documents, together with helpful tables and bullet-point checklists.