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Environmental CERCLA Discovery Rule Preempts Statute of Repose (access required)

Waldburger v. CTS Corp. 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.

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