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    Bryan is the Chair of the Real Estate Practice Group and practices primarily in the area of commercial real estate transactions, focusing on matters involving the acquisition, sale and leasing of improved and unimproved real ...

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On March 31, 2014, Governor Pence signed H.E.A. 1005, repealing the Indiana Responsible Property Transfer Law (IRPTL) effective July 1, 2014. The IRPTL was enacted in 1989 to require sellers (and borrowers) to make certain environmental disclosures to buyers (and lenders) regarding property that was to be sold or financed if that property: (i) was the site of any underground storage ...

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Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, in cooperation with the Indiana Chapter of NAIOP, organized and hosted the panel discussion, “Real Estate Financing in the New Economy” on Thursday, February 24th.  The event focused on requirements, challenges and opportunities associated with real estate project development and financing in the wake of the post-2007 real estate downturn ...

Suppose that your neighbor, much to your dismay, builds a detached garage four feet from your property line. While the garage violates your neighborly sensibilities, you think it might also violate your neighborhood rules and applicable zoning requirements. After a decidedly un-neighborly discussion with your neighbor, where do you turn for resolution? In today’s residential property landscape (which includes record foreclosures, developer bankruptcies, short-sale buyers with differing agendas and a variety of other unusual circumstances), some effort may be required to identify and consider the preferred enforcement authority to address these types of situations. The first step, however, is to understand the scope of authority for local zoning boards and property owner associations to address these situations when they arise.



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