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Indiana Supreme Court Rejects Imposition of “Rule of Reasonableness” on the Statutes of Limitations Applicable to a Lender’s Pursuit of a Defaulted Mortgage Installment Promissory Note - Commercial & Bankruptcy Law News

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Posted on: Mar 4, 2020

From Krieg DeVault LLP:

In a pair of decisions issued February 17, 2020, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled in favor of lenders in issuing guidance regarding the statutes of limitations applicable to a lender’s pursuit of a defaulted promissory note and a defaulted mortgage.

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