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Indiana Code Title 32. Property § 32-20-4-3

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Sec. 3. (a) Failure to file the notice required under this chapter does not bar:

(1) a lessor or the lessor's successor as a reversioner of the lessor's right to possession on the expiration of any lease;  or

(2) a lessee or the lessee's successor of the lessee's rights in and to any lease.

(b) Failure to file the notice required under this chapter does not bar or extinguish any easement, interest in the nature of an easement, or any rights appurtenant to an easement granted, excepted, or reserved by the instrument creating the easement or interest, including any rights for future use, if the existence of the easement or interest is evidenced by the location beneath, upon, or above any part of the land described in the instrument of any pipe, valve, road, wire, cable, conduit, duct, sewer, track, pole, tower, or other physical facility and whether or not the existence of the facility is observable.  However, equitable restrictions or servitudes on the use of land are not considered easements or interests in the nature of easements as that phrase is used in this section.

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