Real Estate & Land Use Section
An article in The Indiana Lawyer discussed changes in Indiana homeowners association (HOA) laws. They "aim for dispute resolution and transparency."
The Indianapolis Department of Metropolitan Development recently released the 2016 Hearing & Filing Schedules for each of the administrative agencies governed under its authority.
Two upcoming CLEs are of particular interest for Real Estate & Land Use Section members. Get more information in this post.
Adverse possession remains a fertile area of litigation in Indiana and is an issue that the Indiana Supreme Court is quite willing to grant transfer. Read more in this post.
On Thursday, October 8, the Land and Water Conservation Fund is set to expire. Read more here.
The purpose of the IndyBar Real Estate & Land Use section is to promote the objects of the Association within the fields of real estate and land use law. To fulfill its purpose, the section among other activities, acts as liaison between its members, the judiciary, governmental agencies and the Association; studies and reports upon proposed, necessary and desirable legislation; encourages members of the Association interested in real estate and land use law issues to meet and confer through this section; promote the legal education of members of the Bar and the public concerning real estate and land use law issues through the sponsoring of CLE and other seminars, meetings, and by preparing and publishing legal writings in the field of real estate and land use law.
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A Message from the Section Chair
“The Real Estate and Land Use Section is dedicated to attorneys and their clients in all matters involving the acquisition, development, re-development and use of real estate. Our section serves a great cross section of the bar as real estate impacts many other areas of the law. Members of our section meet monthly to coordinate efforts in addressing the many issues real estate and land use attorneys face in these unusual times in real estate law. The section endeavors to host quarterly continuing legal education offerings focusing on issues timely to the current events impacting the real estate practice area. We always welcome input and involvement from any member of the bar who has an interest in the activities of our section. ”
Russell Brown - 2015 Real Estate & Land Use Section Chair - Clark Quinn Moses Scott & Grahn LLP