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General conditions - The propertys general characteristics.
General plan - A proposed outline for the overall development of a city or other municipality that is written and issued by that municipality. Also known as a master plan.
Generator - A site where the hazardous waste is produced.
Gentrification economics - Improvement and fixing-up of older neighborhoods.
Geotechnical issues - Matters relating to soils or soils engineering.
Government incentives - A citys or other governmental entitys enticement to develop or use a property in a particular manner, which may alter the highest and best use of the property.
Government mandates - A citys or other governmental entitys decree or order to develop or use a property in a specific manner.
Grading - Earth moving for the purposes of property development.
Ground lease - The rental of a site for a specified period and at specified terms.
Groundwater - Water below the land surface or subsurface soils that are saturated with water.
Groundwater contamination - The introduction of hazardous or toxic material into the underground water supply or aquifers.
Groundwater seepage - Saturated soils that flow up to the surface.
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