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Posted on: Jul 10, 2020

The brand new IndyBarHQ facility, opened in 2020, boasts meeting spaces now available for reservation! Our flexible meeting rooms feature state-of-the art technology, reliable wi-fi connectivity and easy access via private street-level entrances.

Posted on: Jul 10, 2020

The brand new IndyBarHQ facility, opened in 2020, boasts meeting spaces now available for reservation! Our flexible meeting rooms feature state-of-the art technology, reliable wi-fi connectivity and easy access via private street-level entrances.

Posted on: Jul 10, 2020

On February 26, 2020, Mayor Hogsett signed Proposition Number 41, 2020 (retitled General Ordinance No. 1 2020), entitled the Protection of Tenants’ Rights for residential rental tenants in Marion County. The bulk of the ordinance took effect upon passage, with the last piece of the legislation taking effect on July 1, 2020. Effective with every tenant whose occupancy commences on or after July 1, 2020 (via a new lease or a renewal), landlords must obtain and retain a copy of the Notice of Tenant Rights and Responsibilities.

Posted on: Jul 10, 2020

On February 26, 2020, Mayor Hogsett signed Proposition Number 41, 2020 (retitled General Ordinance No. 1 2020), entitled the Protection of Tenants’ Rights for residential rental tenants in Marion County. The bulk of the ordinance took effect upon passage, with the last piece of the legislation taking effect on July 1, 2020. Effective with every tenant whose occupancy commences on or after July 1, 2020 (via a new lease or a renewal), landlords must obtain and retain a copy of the Notice of Tenant Rights and Responsibilities.

Posted on: Jul 1, 2020

As of July 1, 2020, all instruments which are to be recorded in the State of Indiana (deeds, mortgages, etc.) will need to comply with a modification to Indiana Code 32-21-2-3(a). Specifically, the Indiana General Assembly passed Senate Enrolled Act 340 during its 2020 session, which included a provision changing an “or” to an “and” in Indiana Code 32-21-2-3(a). The change invoked a requirement of common law “proof”, which is the requirement of a disinterested party to the transaction serving as a witness to the execution of an instrument.

Posted on: Jul 1, 2020

As of July 1, 2020, all instruments which are to be recorded in the State of Indiana (deeds, mortgages, etc.) will need to comply with a modification to Indiana Code 32-21-2-3(a). Specifically, the Indiana General Assembly passed Senate Enrolled Act 340 during its 2020 session, which included a provision changing an “or” to an “and” in Indiana Code 32-21-2-3(a). The change invoked a requirement of common law “proof”, which is the requirement of a disinterested party to the transaction serving as a witness to the execution of an instrument.

Posted on: Jun 22, 2020

The pandemic—and shift to remote work—is speeding up a shift that has been years in the making.

Posted on: Jun 22, 2020

The pandemic—and shift to remote work—is speeding up a shift that has been years in the making.

Posted on: Jun 17, 2020

Since the COVID-19 pandemic gripped the United States in March 2020, many developers and borrowers with real estate construction or rehabilitation projects underway are faced with the critical question of whether they can adhere to the construction, conversion and other deadlines set forth in the project’s loan documents. Similarly, lenders are reviewing the loan documents to determine what, if any, extensions, amendments, or remedies might be available in case a borrower has experienced or is still experiencing delays in construction or rehabilitation of a project due to the pandemic.

Posted on: Jun 17, 2020

Since the COVID-19 pandemic gripped the United States in March 2020, many developers and borrowers with real estate construction or rehabilitation projects underway are faced with the critical question of whether they can adhere to the construction, conversion and other deadlines set forth in the project’s loan documents. Similarly, lenders are reviewing the loan documents to determine what, if any, extensions, amendments, or remedies might be available in case a borrower has experienced or is still experiencing delays in construction or rehabilitation of a project due to the pandemic.


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