MANAGEMENT 4803LEGAL ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATECOLLEGE OF MANAGEMENTGEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYPROFESSOR LUCIEN J. DHOOGEOVERVIEW OF CHAPTER 14Chapter 14 focuses upon the impact of environmental legislation upon real estate and judicial review of administrative decisions in the area of environmental regulation. There are numerous federal and state laws that impact real estate. The focus in Chapter 14 is upon federal law. However, state environmental requirements should not be forgotten. Oftentimes these state laws mirror their federal counterparts.Chapter 14 discusses four important federal statutes that may impact real estate. The first statute is the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA). Among its many provisions is the requirement that all federal or federally funded construction projects must be preceded by an approved environmental impact statement. NEPA also served to create the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This federal agency is responsible for the
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Hazardous waste, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Superfund, Real Estate Development