2000 CPEO Military List Archive

From: brock.martha@epamail.epa.gov
Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2000 09:20:08 -0800 (PST)
Reply: cpeo-military
Subject: Re: [CPEO-MEF] Fort Totten Gift
     Advice on checking deed language is right on.  However, an added 
     twist:  The concern is that the collective Mr. Syretts are not 
     necessarily protected by deed language alone.  I am reading between 
     the lines that Mr. Syrett is not the transferee of the property, but 
     is some other party -- a lessee, licensee, or perhaps an employee of 
     one of the above.  Even if the new owner of the property is given 
     notice about storage, release or disposal of hazardous substances on 
     the property during its ownership of DoD, that is no guarantee that 
     the end-user, the ones who actually need the notice because they are 
     the ones that the risk-based decisions are based upon, is given 
     notification.  The system of notifying interested parties, as well as 
     a system of implementing institutional controls, should ensure that 
     the end user is given effective notice of the environmental history 
     and condition of the property.

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