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California Land Reuse and Revitalization Act (CLRRA) Quick Reference Guide
The California Land Reuse and Revitalization Act (CLRRA) (Health and Safety Code Chapter 6.82 and 6.83) provides liability protections to:
The liability protections are intended to promote the cleanup and redevelopment of blighted contaminated properties. The law establishes a process for eligible property owners to obtain immunities, conduct a site assessment, and implement a response action as necessary, to ensure that the property can be reused or redeveloped. Immunities begin when a party enters into a CLRRA agreement. CLRRA was first effective January 1, 2005. The sunset date for the original CLRRA bill has been extended multiple times. The current sunset date is January 1, 2027.
All Appropriate Inquiries
One of the eligibility requirements for CLRRA is that All Appropriate Inquiries (AAI), per ASTM E1527-05, be conducted within one year before purchase, with the following components conducted or updated within 180 days of the date of purchase:
(See H&S Code Section 25395.65)
How different is the CLRRA process from other DTSC voluntary agreements?
Who can enter into a CLRRA Agreement?
(See H&S Code Sections 25395.69, .70, .75,
For more information, contact Maryam.Tasnif-Abbasi@dtsc.ca.gov.
Click "Response Plan" above to go to the CLRRA Documents Quick Reference Guide.
This document is intended to be guidance only and it does not supersede or implement laws or regulations. The information in this advisory is intended solely as guidance and as educational reference material and should not be considered enforceable or regulatory in nature.