Counties seeking comment on rule changes

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Two central Indiana counties are seeking public comment on proposed local rule changes. Hamilton County is seeking comment on changes to LR29-TR-79-209, coordinated Local Rule of the counties of Hamilton, enacted in compliance with T.R. 79 (H); and LR29-TR79-211, appointment of special judges in Circuit and Superior Court No. 2. Comments are being accepted through Feb. 1 and should be sent to or Administrator of the Courts, Hamilton County Courts, One Hamilton County Square, Suite 313, Noblesville, IN 46060-2232. Hamilton County will adopt, modify, or reject the proposed changes by Feb. 28.

Marion County is accepting comment on LR49-TR-85-231, mandatory settlement conferences in mortgage foreclosure cases. Comments to this proposed rule change will be taken through Feb. 20 with an effective date of Feb. 23. Comments should be sent to Court Administrator Glenn Lawrence at or Office of the Court Administrator, Marion County Circuit and Superior Courts, 200 E. Washington St., Ste. T-1221, Indianapolis, IN 46204.


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