Indiana Code Title 32. Property

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  • Article 1. Alienation of Real Property
  • Article 2. Conveyance Procedures
  • Article 3. Miscellaneous Provisions
  • Article 4. Cotenancies and Partition
  • Article 5. Interests in Realty Less Than Fee Simple
  • Article 6. Ejectment and Quiet Title
  • Article 7. Landlord-Tenant Relations
  • Article 8. Mortgages and Liens on Real and Personal Property
  • Article 9. Lost and Unclaimed Property
  • Article 10. Fences
  • Article 11. Eminent Domain
  • Article 12. Assignment for Benefit of Creditors
  • Article 13. Publicity
  • Article 14. Copyright Royalties
  • Article 15. Causes of Action Concerning Real Estate
  • Article 16. Effect of Recodification of Title 32
  • Article 17. Interests in Property
  • Article 17.5. Uniform Disclaimer of Property Interests Act
  • Article 18. Interests of Creditors in Property
  • Article 19. Describing Real Property; ‚ÄČIndiana Coordinate System
  • Article 20. Marketable Title for Real Property
  • Article 21. Conveyance Procedures for Real Property
  • Article 22. Conveyance Limitations of Real Property
  • Article 23. Conveyance of Property Interests Less Than Fee Simple
  • Article 24. Eminent Domain
  • Article 25. Condominiums
  • Article 25.5. Homeowners Associations
  • Article 26. Fences
  • Article 27. Construction Warranties on Real Property
  • Article 28. Liens on Real Property
  • Article 29. Mortgages
  • Article 30. Causes of Action Concerning Real Property
  • Article 31. Landlord--Tenant Relations
  • Article 32. Time Shares and Camping Clubs
  • Article 33. Liens on Personal Property
  • Article 34. Lost or Unclaimed Personal Property
  • Article 35. Causes of Action Concerning Personal Property
  • Article 36. Publicity
  • Article 37. Copyright
  • Article 38. Title Insurance and Transfers to Certain Trusts

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