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Access to a Neighbor’s Property for Remediation Purposes

New Jersey is one of the most densely populated states in the country and the mid-Atlantic corridor to the Northeast. It is legendary for some of its environmental problems, and consequently, is a favorite target of stand-up comics. All joking aside, New Jerseyhas no shortage of commercial properties that are in need of environmental remediation, and that have contamination migrating onto other properties.  How does the owner of such a property legally gain access to the adjoining property in order to clean up any contamination that may have migrated there?

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