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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter MPart 137


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER M—MARINE POLLUTION FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND COMPENSATION

PART 137—OIL SPILL LIABILITY: STANDARDS FOR CONDUCTING ALL APPROPRIATE INQUIRIES UNDER THE INNOCENT LAND-OWNER DEFENSE

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§137.1
Purpose and applicability.
§137.5
Disclosure obligations.
§137.10
How are terms used in this part defined?
§137.15
References: Where can I get a copy of the publication mentioned in this part?
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Subpart B—STANDARDS AND PRACTICES

§137.18
Duties of persons specified in §137.1(a).
§137.20
May industry standards be used to comply with this regulation?
§137.25
Qualifications of the environmental professional.
§137.30
Objectives and performance factors.
§137.33
General all appropriate inquiries requirements.
§137.35
Inquiries by an environmental professional.
§137.40
Additional inquiries.
§137.45
Interviews with past and present owners, operators, and occupants.
§137.50
Reviews of historical sources of information.
§137.55
Searches for recorded environmental cleanup liens.
§137.60
Reviews of Federal, State, tribal, and local government records.
§137.65
Visual inspections of the facility, the real property on which the facility is located, and adjoining properties.
§137.70
Specialized knowledge or experience on the part of persons specified in §137.1(a).
§137.75
The relationship of the purchase price to the value of the facility and the real property on which the facility is located, if oil was not at the facility or on the real property.
§137.80
Commonly known or reasonably ascertainable information about the facility and the real property on which the facility is located.
§137.85
The degree of obviousness of the presence or likely presence of oil at the facility and the real property on which the facility is located and the ability to detect the oil by appropriate investigation.

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