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Real Estate & Land Use Section




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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Interested in getting involved with the IndyBar Real Estate & Land Use Section? Fill out this form for more information on committee positions and volunteer opportunities.
Various Real Estate forms are available to IndyBar members through the IndyBar Document Library. Click here to access the Document Library.
Indy Rezone - Your Input Requested!
Since April 1, 2016, the real estate development community in Indianapolis has been working with the new zoning ordinances which were adopted at the conclusion of the Indy Rezone process.

The link to the Indy Rezone Zoning Ordinances can be found here.

As is the case with any approximately 700 page revision in the law, multiple errors and practical problems have already been found. In conjunction with the DMD Current Planning Staff, the Real Estate and Land Use Section is working to compile a list of items that are worthy of being included in a “Corrective” ordinance.

Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to contribute your experiences to the list. We need each of you to please take the time to inform us of any errors or omissions you have discovered. We also need you to describe to us any problem areas or priorities in these new ordinances which your clients are struggling to solve from either a legal, practical or financial perspective. Submit your feedback here.