A property management company sued by one of its tenants argued in court that it charged less than all the costs it incurred, but the Court of Appeals ordered the landlord to pay up, as a small claims court ruled.
A majority of Indiana’s Supreme Court let stand Indiana’s moratorium on nursing home construction. The 3-2 ruling is a loss for Carmel-based Mainstreet Property Group, which sought to overturn the ban.
A north-side Indianapolis neighborhood association is suing the city over a zoning decision reversal that allows a controversial mixed-use project near Keystone at the Crossing to be built. Some members of the nearby Driftwood Hills neighborhood fiercely oppose the development plans.
The Indiana Supreme Court has vacated its decision to grant transfer to a case stemming from a Henry County land dispute less than one week after hearing oral argument. The decision lets stand a Court of Appeals ruling reversing the trial court.
The Indiana Supreme Court will hear argument this week over whether a Henry County redevelopment company can keep land it purchased at a tax sale, despite the county auditor’s claim that a mistaken transfer of the properties invalidated the tax sale.
The Clark County assessor must reduce its valuation of a Jeffersonville property by roughly $1 million for the 2011 through 2013 tax years after the Indiana Tax Court found the assessor abused her discretion in the assessment process.
An adult entertainment business cannot set up shop at its desired Indianapolis location after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a city ordinance that prohibits such businesses from operating in certain zoning districts.
The Indiana Supreme Court will decide whether state or federal law controls how long trains may block road crossings. The Court of Appeals reversed the trial court, ruling that federal law does not preempt state laws that forbid trains from blocking crossings for more than 10 minutes.