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Commercial Environmental Law and Liability [Looseleaf] | Add to Basket
General Editor : Douglas Bryden
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date: 27/12/1993
ISBN: 9780851219974
Jurisdiction: , , England & Wales

For many businesses, compliance with environmental protection legislation is now just as important as compliance with the Companies Acts. Equally important is full regard for environmental liability when entering into everyday commercial and commercial property transactions. Commercial Environmental Law and Liability is the commercial and commercial property lawyers' guide to environmental protection legislation; the procedures to follow; the insurance cover available; and the environmental compliance requirements for the development of business operations.
This is supported by the necessary background information on environmental protection legislation, including the general principles, measurement and controls, regulatory bodies, the EU and enforcement of the law. There are also forms and precedents for entering into transactions and seeking permission to undertake new operations.
* Examines commercial environmental liability in relation to everyday issues faced by commercial law practitioners
* Looks at compliance procedures for efficient administration
* Sets out the safeguards for commercial and property transactions so that environmental liabilities can be identified and dealt with
* Contains forms and precedents for commercial and property transactions
* Details the procedures to follow when developing business operations which will be affected by environmental legislation
Subject Groups
Environmental Law
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Professional advisors whose areas of practice are restricted to commercial and property law will find it exceptionally useful - Estates Gazette
Certainly no firm which practices commercial law or commercial property law should be without it. - UKELA
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