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In re Eagle-Picher Indus., Inc.

ELR Citation: ELR 20492
Nos. 95-4128, 131 F.3d 1185/(6th Cir., 12/16/1997) Requiring bankruptcy court analysis

The court holds that a corporation's contingent claims for environmental cleanup costs associated with real property it purchased from a potentially responsible party (PRP) that filed for bankruptcy are claims for reimbursement and contribution and, therefore, may be disallowed if the bankruptcy court determines on remand that the corporation is...

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