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CERCLA Discovery Rule Preempts Statute of Repose (access required)

North Carolina landowners who discovered their well water has concentrated levels of carcinogens may sue defendant CTS Corporation in a nuisance action; the 4th Circuit says the discovery rule of the federal CERCLA statute preempts the 10-year limitation period under a North Carolina statute of repose. In 2009, plaintiffs discovered their well water contained concentrated levels ...

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