This document summarizes the requirements and process for evaluating potential liability from
environmental contamination, and will introduce readers to the larger context of environmental
issues associated with real property transfers. The general guidelines set out in this document for conducting an Environmental Due Diligence Audit (EDDA) are intended for use as baseline
guidance when acquiring, leasing, transferring, or terminating interest in any real property.
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