I've learned that, on April 10th, the Indiana Supreme Court granted transfer in the CitiMortgage v. Barabas case about which I've written on four prior occasions, most recently on March 29th: Indiana Legislation, 2012: Part 2 of 3 - Obscure Redemption Language Remains. In Indiana, a decision to grant transfer automatically vacates opinions of the Court of Appeals or, in other words, negates the prior case law. So, perhaps later this year we'll hear from Indiana's highest court on some important foreclosure-related topics, including post-sale redemption rights and the treatment of MERS. Interestingly, the opinion will be rendered after the 2012 legislation that amended the operative statute, Ind. Code Section 32-29-8. It's unclear to me whether or to what extent the Court will take into account or otherwise touch upon the amended statute. I'll be on the lookout for the Court's decision and will post about it accordingly.
NOTE: On 10-4-12, the Supreme Court reversed the trial court.