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Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit the secretary of environment from rescinding a certificate of completion or a covenant not to sue if the department determines that:
A. contamination addressed in the agreement is, with reasonable evidence, an unreasonable threat to human health or the environment;
B. the voluntary remediation agreement was performed in a manner that fails to comply substantially with the terms and conditions of the agreement or voluntary remediation work plan;
C. the voluntary remediation agreement is a result of fraud; or
D. contamination was present at the site at the time the voluntary remediation agreement was signed but the department did not know of the type, extent or magnitude of the contaminants.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New Mexico Statutes Chapter 74. Environmental Improvement § 74-4G-9. Recision 1] - last updated May 06, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nm/chapter-74-environmental-improvement/nm-st-sect-74-4g-9/
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