The Indiana General Assembly is in session, and there are a handful of bills related to foreclosures and real estate. The links below provide some of the details:
Tom Harton, of IBJ.com, has an informative piece today entitled Real estate-related bills still alive in Legislature.
As always, the Indiana Bankers Association provides great links/summaries of various banking-related bills through capwiz.com. There appear to be six bills that could have varying degrees of impact on the Indiana foreclosure and loan enforcement process. The links below not only summarize the bills but also take you to the actual, proposed legislative changes:
- SB582 Settlement conferences in residential foreclosures.
- SB155 Tax liens.
- SB59 Credit agreements.
- HB1321 Secured transactions.
- HB1244 Payment plan to remove property from tax sale.
- HB1024 Notice of foreclosure to property insurers.
My TTD (things to do) list includes a follow-up post about which bills passed this year. More to come....
5-19-11: The bill links no longer work. See my May 19th post for updated links and what was enacted.