Rather, this Article proposes that private claims under sections 107 and 113 should be governed by a uniform scope of liability, drawn from evolving principles of common law and tailored to advance the goals of CERCLA, with orphan shares being equitably allocated among all responsible party plaintiffs and defendants.
What does RP stand for?
RP stands for Responsible Party
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 105 other meanings of RP in our Acronym Attic
- Research Program
- Reserve Police
- Reservoir Pressure (oil industry)
- Resisted Progression (PNF technique)
- Resource Processor
- Resources and Programs Office (NIMA)
- Respirable Particulate(s)
- Respiratory Polygraphy (sleep apnoea)
- Respond Properly
- Response Point
Samples in periodicals archive:
In order to ensure that all Responsible Parties are properly notified of their responsibilities for an oil spill, we recommend that the Secretary of Homeland Security direct the Director of NPFC to (1) update NPFC's current policies to reflect current organization and structure and managements' directives, and (2) update NPFC's current procedures to provide detailed guidance and procedures for identifying and documenting all Responsible Party notifications.
Aviall later amended the complaint to combine its two CERCLA claims into a single joint claim that, pursuant to Section 113(f)(1), sought contribution from Cooper as a potentially responsible party under Section 107(a).
85 against Scheingold as a responsible party at each of the two corporations.
Many appraisers feel that after a No Further Action letter is issued by a state environmental agency the responsible party and future property owners are absolved of financial responsibility for remediating the previous environmental contamination.
For example, in one case the responsible party engaged in a lengthy and detailed process with stakeholders to present and discuss each element of the alternative remedies that had been rejected to arrive at the preferred alternative.