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Environmental – CERCLA – Response Costs – Inverse Condemnation – (access required)

Although the plaintiff restaurant owners adduced evidence that defendant county at its adjacent maintenance facility engaged in activities such as applying creosote to timber, dumping county waste in a landfill, and using solvents to maintain county vehicles, each of which could involve trichloroethylene, which later was found to contaminate the restaurant owners' well, the owners ...