California Land Reuse and Revitalization Act of 2004 (AB 389)
The California Land Reuse and Revitalization Act of 2004 (AB 389, Montanez), effective January 1, 2005, provides liability protections to brownfield developers, innocent landowners and contiguous property owners which are intended to promote the cleanup and redevelopment of blighted contaminated properties. The bill establishes a process for eligible property owners to obtain the immunities, conduct a site assessment and implement a response action, if necessary, to ensure that the property is ready for reuse.
- General Information
- Joint Department of Toxic Substances Control/Water Board Documents
- Standard Agreement
- Reporting Form (PDF)
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