Terms Used In Kansas Statutes 65-34,182
- CELR: means a certificate issued by the department that releases the purchaser from environmental liability for contamination existing at the time of issuance of the CELR on a property from actions taken by the bureau of environmental remediation under K. See Kansas Statutes 65-34,178
- Department: means the Kansas department of health and environment. See Kansas Statutes 65-3402
- Person: means individual, partnership, firm, trust, company, association, corporation, individual or individuals having controlling or majority interest in a corporation, institution, political subdivision, state agency or federal department or agency. See Kansas Statutes 65-3402
(a) A person may submit a request to the department for approval to modify a CELR. The department shall approve or deny the request within 30 business days after the department’s receipt of the request. If the department denies the request, justification shall be provided with a written explanation of the denial. A denial by the department may include as a justification for denial that the person has not provided the necessary documentation to justify the modification as determined by the department.
(b) A CELR is not transferable.
(c) The department shall not acquire any liability by virtue of this act.