Key Environmental Development Issuesby Jeff Civins, Vinson & Elkins, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Water Resources Infrastructure: Needs, Economics, and Financing
Abstract: Those in the business community who may be affected by environmental factors include: buyers and sellers of businesses, existing facilities, and real property; their lenders, brokers, appraisers, insurers, and attorneys; and lessors and lessees. The nature of environmental-related effects depends upon the nature of the transaction. This paper focuses on those environmental factors relevant to the acquisition of a tract of property for subsequent development for residential, commercial, or industrial uses. It discusses environmental laws generally, then focuses on specific environmental programs, and finally touches on a methodology for evaluating these considerations.
Subject Headings: Environmental issues | Existing buildings | Residential construction | Industries | Legislation | Land use
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