Twin Lakes Regional Sewer District v. Richard Ray, et al.

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Thursday  May 22, 2014 
9:45 AM  EST

9:45 a.m. 08S04-1402-MI-972. After the property owners failed to pay sewer bills, the Twin Lakes Regional Sewer District placed liens on their properties and sought to enforce the liens through tax sales.  The Carroll Circuit Court granted the owners' requests to remove their properties from the tax sale list, finding Indiana Code section 13-26-14-4 prohibits real property from being sold at a tax sale when the only lien against the property is for an unpaid sewer bill.  Twin Lakes appealed and sought immediate transfer of the appeal to the Supreme Court pursuant to Appellate Rule 56(A), which the Court granted.

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