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Mandated Disclosures

Mitigation The term that describes methods used to lower levels of radon in homes and other buildings
Asbestos An insulating material used on pipes chimneys and in roof, siding and flooring-the dust is extremely hazardous
Abatement The term that describes methods used to handle the control of asbestos found in a property
Encapsulate To contain, as in an asbestos abatement plan
UFFI Urea formaldehyde foam insulation-moisture causes the release of hazardous gas
Lead Contaminant found in paint, pipes and soil-hazardous when eaten or inhaled
Lead Paint Disclosure Notice to prospective buyers and tenants that there may be lead on a property-must be provided for all properties built before 1978
Underground Storage Tanks A possible cause of groundwater contamination-licensees should disclose what they know and recommend water testing
EMF's Electro magnetic fields-high tension power lines- must be disclosed to prospective buyers
CERCLA Comprehensive environmenta response compensation and liability act-created the superfund to help pay for spills and set guidelines for liability for cleanup of hazardous materials-strict, joint and several, and retroactive
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