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This Precedent can be used in corporate and property transactions when a phase 1 environmental audit is required. The instructing solicitor can send this letter or email to two or three environmental consultants to request a phase 1 proposal. If the scope of work and insurance requirements are defined in advance by the instructing solicitor, it will help obtain competitive quotes on price, timescale, scope and liability cap that is then easier to compare and recommend to the client.
We are instructed by [name of company] in connection with the proposed [acquisition/sale of the company, business or property].
Our client would like to appoint an environmental consultant to undertake an independent phase 1 environmental audit of the Property to [assess the potential environment health & safety (EHS) liabilities associated with the business OR assess the environmental risks, liabilities and development constraints associated with the Property OR provide a seller friendly phase 1 environmental report to assist negotiations with the] [prospective buyer OR bidders].
Please see the attached plan for the Property.
[[We OR Our] client [have OR has] identified the following documents which may be relevant to the preparation of the proposal: [list documents]. Copies of these documents are en
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