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Unformatted text preview: ad contamination, radon, methane, other gases, fuel oil or chemical storage tanks, contaminated soil or water, hazardous waste,
waste disposal sites, electromagnetic fields, nuclear sources, and other substances, materials, products, or conditions (including
mold (airborne, toxic or otherwise), fungus or similar contaminants). (For more information on these items, you may consult an
appropriate professional or read the booklets “Environmental Hazards: A Guide for Homeowners, Buyers, Landlords and Tenants,”
“Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home” or both.)
10. EARTHQUAKES AND FLOODING: Susceptibility of the Property to earthquake/seismic hazards and propensity of the Property to
flood. (A Geologist or Geotechnical Engineer is best suited to provide information on these conditions.)
11. FIRE, HAZARD AND OTHER INSURANCE: The availability and cost of necessary or desired insurance may vary. The location of
the Property in a seismic, flood or fire hazard zone, and other conditions, such as the age of the Property and the cl...
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This note was uploaded on 06/25/2013 for the course BUS 320 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.
- Spring '11