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Bill Watch, Jan. 7, 2016: Current Real Estate & Land Use Legislation of Note - Real Estate and Land Use News

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Posted on: Jan 7, 2016

The IndyBar Legislative Committee is currently monitoring the following real estate and land use related legislation. IndyBar members can request that the Legislative Committee track specific legislation by contacting committee chair Lawren Mills at lawren.mills@icemiller.com.

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HB1021    TAX SALE PROPERTY FRAUD. (PRYOR C) Specifies that compensation includes a conveyance of real property under the law governing maximum compensation for recovering money in a tax sale surplus fund. Provides that, when real property sold at a tax sale is conveyed after the tax sale and before the tax sale purchaser is issued a tax sale deed, a person acquiring the property must pay the county the amount needed to redeem the real property before the person can obtain the county auditor's endorsement on the document of conveyance and record the document. Provides that such a conveyance becomes void on the date the redemption period expires if the document of conveyance has not been recorded.

HB1025    ALTERNATE REZONING PROCEDURE. (MILLER D) Creates an optional alternate procedure to apply to rezoning proposals that provides the following: (1) If the plan commission makes a favorable recommendation, the rezoning proposal becomes effective unless an aggrieved person or the legislative body notifies the plan commission by a specified date. (2) If the plan commission makes an unfavorable recommendation or no recommendation, the rezoning proposal is defeated unless an aggrieved person or the legislative body notifies the plan commission by a specified date. (3) If the plan commission is notified by an aggrieved person or the legislative body by a specified date, the legislative body shall consider and make the final determination on the rezoning proposal. Reconciles a conflict in a statute concerning rezonings within an excluded city.

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