2018 Indiana Code
TITLE 6. Taxation
ARTICLE 1.1. PROPERTY TAXES
CHAPTER 24. Sale of Real Property When Taxes or Special Assessments Become Delinquent
6-1.1-24-11. Certificate of sale as presumptive evidence

Universal Citation: IN Code § 6-1.1-24-11 (2018)
IC 6-1.1-24-11 Certificate of sale as presumptive evidence

   Sec. 11. (a) A certificate of sale issued under section 9 of this chapter is presumptive evidence of:

   (1) the truth of the statements contained in the certificate;

   (2) the interest of the purchaser in the real property described in the certificate;

   (3) the regularity and validity of all proceedings related to the taxes or special assessments for which the real property was sold; and

   (4) the regularity and validity of all proceedings related to the sale of the real property.

   (b) After two (2) years from the issuance of a certificate of sale, evidence may not be admitted in any court to rebut a presumption prescribed in subsection (a) of this section unless the certificate of sale was fraudulently procured. After four (4) years from the issuance of the certificate of sale, evidence may not under any circumstances be admitted in any court to rebut such a presumption.

[Pre-1975 Property Tax Recodification Citation: 6-1-56-12.]

Formerly: Acts 1975, P.L.47, SEC.1.

 

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