2018 Indiana Code
TITLE 6. Taxation
ARTICLE 1.1. PROPERTY TAXES
CHAPTER 24. Sale of Real Property When Taxes or Special Assessments Become Delinquent
6-1.1-24-1.7. Properties not suitable for tax sale; notice

Universal Citation: IN Code § 6-1.1-24-1.7 (2018)
IC 6-1.1-24-1.7 Properties not suitable for tax sale; notice

     Sec. 1.7. (a) The county executive or the county executive's designee may:

(1) after January 1 of each calendar year in which a tax sale will be held in the county; and

(2) not later than fifty-one (51) days after the first tax payment due date in that calendar year;

certify to the county auditor that a property is not suitable for tax sale. The certification must identify the names and addresses of each person with a substantial property interest of record. When making the application for judgment under section 4.6(b) of this chapter, the county auditor shall include a list of the properties certified not suitable for tax sale and the names and addresses of each person with a substantial property interest of record in the certified properties that was provided to the county auditor with the certification.

     (b) Not later than ten (10) days after making the certification as provided in subsection (a), the county executive or the county executive's designee shall provide a notice to each person with a substantial property interest of record in the property, stating the following:

(1) The street address, if any, or a common description of the tract or real property.

(2) The key number or parcel number of the tract or real property.

(3) That the property has been certified not suitable for tax sale.

(4) That the court will hear and determine the issue before the tax sale.

(5) That if the court determines that the property is not suitable for tax sale, the property will not be offered for sale at the tax sale, but may be disposed of by the county executive as provided in this chapter.

(6) That if the court determines that the property is not suitable for tax sale, the property may be redeemed any time until one hundred twenty (120) days after the conclusion of the tax sale from which the property was removed.

(7) That if the court determines that the property is not suitable for tax sale and the county executive disposes of the property within three (3) years after the conclusion of the tax sale at which the property would have been offered for sale, any amount received in excess of the amount of the minimum bid will be disbursed in the same manner as if the property had been sold in the tax sale.

As added by P.L.247-2015, SEC.8.

 

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