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Legal Update. Contaminated Land: the New Legislative Regime

The need for legislation is not new. Moses recognised the need for environmental legislation over 3400 years ago by including a brief reference in the Mosaic Law that instructed the Israelites to avoid polluting and defiling the land. Roger Johnson