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Illegal use - Improvements that have been constructed without the proper building permits.
Impaired value - The indicated value of a property upon the application of one or more of the three detrimental conditions to value.
Imposed condition - An act or forced event that affects value. Includes long-term and permanent external depreciation.
In situ - In place, referring to an on-site remediation process without excavation.
Incurable condition - A detrimental condition that cannot be economically or physically remedied.
Indoor air quality problem - A mechanical issue or construction defect that results in inadequate air circulation, or a use within a property that results in a nuisance or health risk to its occupants.
Infestation - An invasion of insects, plants, or animals that disrupts a propertys use or value.
Ingress diminution - The entire or partial loss of the ability to enter or access a site.
In-ground tank - A storage device where any portion is located below grade, thereby preventing a visual inspection of the external bottom surface.
Initial removal - The up-front and immediate removal of contaminants.
Inner liner - A protective layer of material placed inside a tank or container that helps prevent corrosion.
Insurance claim - A property where an insurance claim has been filed.
Invasion - See infestation.
Inverse condemnation - The damages caused by an external issue or use that does not physically impact the property.
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