The Court held that the contract draws the attention of the consumer to the fact that the seller had not undertaken a soil investigation. It stated that the land could be polluted but it also stated that the seller had no knowledge of pollution of the land. The pollution that came to the fore after the contract had been concluded had no connection with the previous commercial activity exercised on that land. Given the depth at which pollution was found and the fact that the previous activity caused no particular risks for pollution, the seller could not have been aware of the pollution.
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