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Sec. 11. (a) If the court appoints a receiver of mortgaged property, the receiver shall take possession of the mortgaged property, collect the rents, issues, income, and profits and apply the rents, issues, income, and profits to the payment of taxes, assessments, insurance premiums, and repairs required in the judgment of the receiver to preserve the security of the mortgage debt. The receiver shall promptly file a final report with the clerk of the court and, subject to the approval of the court, account for and pay over to the clerk, subject to the further order of the court, the balance of income or other proceeds that remain in the receiver's possession.
(b) If the mortgaged property is occupied as a dwelling by the record owner of the fee simple title, the owner shall be permitted to retain possession of the mortgaged property, rent free, until the foreclosure sale if the owner continues to pay the taxes and special assessments levied against the mortgaged property and if the owner, in the judgment of the court, does not suffer waste or other damage to the property. However, if the record owner of the fee simple title does not pay the taxes and special assessments levied against the mortgaged property, the owner may retain possession of that part of the mortgaged property, not exceeding fifteen (15) acres, that is actually occupied as a dwelling by the record owner of the fee simple title, rent free, until the sale, if the owner does not, in the judgment of the court, suffer waste or other damage to the property. The owner of any crops growing on the mortgaged property at the time of the commencement of an action for foreclosure, other than the owner of fee simple title or the owner's assigns, may enter the property to care for and harvest the crops at any time within one (1) year after the filing of the foreclosure action.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 32. Property § 32-29-7-11 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-32-property/in-code-sect-32-29-7-11.html
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