Assumption of Remediation After Closing. Upon Closing, Redeveloper agrees to assume full responsibility for ongoing investigation and Remediation of the Property. Prior to or at Closing, the Township and Redeveloper shall execute a Site Contact and Information Update Form identifying Redeveloper as the Person Responsible for Conducting the Remediation for the Property. Within ten (10) days of Closing (if the same has not already occurred prior to closing), Redeveloper’s designated Licensed Site Remediation Professional (the “LSRP”) shall notify the NJDEP via its web-portal that she/he will be serving as LSRP for the Property and file the Site Contact and Information Update Form with the NJDEP. The LSRP notification shall also identify Redeveloper as the Person Responsible for Conducting the Remediation for the Property. Redeveloper shall provide the Township with documentation confirming its assumption of the NJDEP Case upon receipt of same. Redeveloper shall assume the Township’s obligation to investigate and Remediate the Property in full compliance with all applicable Environmental Laws and regulatory deadlines and timeframes, including, but not limited to those provided by the Site Remediation and Reform Act, N.J.S.A. 58:10C-1, et seq., the Administrative Requirements for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites, N.J.A.C. 7:26C, the NJDEP Remediation Standards, N.J.A.C. 7:26D, and the Technical Standards for Site Remediation, N.J.A.C. 7:26E. In all permits, correspondence, reports, or other submissions made to NJDEP after Closing, the Redeveloper shall identify itself as the sole Person Responsible for Conducting the Remediation for the Property. After Closing, Buyer shall have full and complete control over conducting the investigation and Remediation of the Property, and may avail itself of all available cost saving measures allowable by law.