Indiana Code Title 32. Property § 32-30-6-7




Sec. 7 . (a) An action to abate or enjoin a nuisance may be brought by any person whose:

(1) property is injuriously affected;  or

(2) personal enjoyment is lessened;

by the nuisance.

(b) A civil action to abate or enjoin a nuisance may also be brought by:

(1) an attorney representing the county in which a nuisance exists;  or

(2) the attorney of any city or town in which a nuisance exists.

(c) A county, city, or town that brings a successful action under this section to abate or enjoin a nuisance is entitled to recover reasonable attorney's fees incurred in bringing the action.

(d) A person that successfully defends an action under this section is entitled to reasonable costs and attorney's fees incurred in defending the action.





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