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Long-term Liability Strategies

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Many of our clients own legacy real estate assets that have limited reuse value and significant environmental liabilities which can potentially negate the sale, reuse or redevelopment of the asset. When faced with the daunting financial implications of long-term perpetual care and stewardship, RESIGHT works with its clients to analyze a range of long-term liability strategies focused on liability and cost reduction including:


[list-ul type=”arrow”][li-row] Contractual liability transfer to identified viable third parties[/li-row]

[li-row] Environmental Remediation Trusts (ERTs) or Gran- tor Trusts[/li-row]

[li-row] Qualified Settlement Funds (468B Trust)[/li-row]

[li-row] Environmental insurance contracts[/li-row]

[li-row] Use of insurance captives[/li-row]

[li-row]Financial securitization, such as guaranteed insurance contracts and surety and performance bonds[/li-row]

[li-row] Public/private partnerships[/li-row]

[li-row] Quasi-governmental agencies[/li-row]

[li-row] Non-traditional revenue offsets, such as water rights, mineral rights, carbon credits, wetland and habitat credits and conservation easements