2021 Indiana Code
Title 32. Property
Article 21. Conveyance Procedures for Real Property
Chapter 13. Display of Political Signs on Property Subject to Restrictive Covenants or Homeowners Association Rules
32-21-13-5. Permissible Rules Relating to Display of Political Signs

Universal Citation: IN Code § 32-21-13-5 (2021)

Sec. 5. A homeowners association may adopt and enforce rules relating to a sign described in section 3 of this chapter if the rules do any of the following:

(1) Restrict the size of a sign if the rule permits a homeowner to display a sign that is at least as large as signs commonly displayed during election campaigns.

(2) Restrict the number of signs that may be displayed if the rule permits a homeowner to display a reasonable number of signs.

(3) Restrict the locations where a sign may be displayed. However, a restriction under this subdivision may not prohibit the display of a sign:

(A) in a window on the homeowner's property; or

(B) on the ground that is part of the homeowner's property.

As added by P.L.5-2010, SEC.1.

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