Lenders who hold property contaminated by hazardous chemicals would get a clearer picture of their responsibilities under a measure to be introduced this week.

Rep. Michael G. Oxley, chairman of the hazardous materials subcommittee of the House Commerce Committee, last week released draft portions of his bill in order to get feedback from Democrats on his panel and the Environmental Protection Agency. The final version is expected this week, according to a congressional source.

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