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Sec. 52. (a) A person who has filed a petition under section 50 or 51 of this chapter shall, not later than ten (10) days after the filing, serve notice upon all interested parties. The notice must state the following:
(1) The full name and address of the following:
(A) The petitioner.
(B) Each attorney acting for and on behalf of the petitioner.
(2) The street address of the primary and secondary property for which the petition was filed.
(3) The name of the owner of the property.
(4) The full name and address of and the type of business, if any, conducted by:
(A) each person who at the time of the filing is a party to; and
(B) each person who is a disclosed or an undisclosed principal for whom the party was acting as agent in entering into;
a contract of sale, lease, option to purchase or lease, agreement to build or develop, or other written agreement of any kind or nature concerning the subject property or the present or future ownership, use, occupancy, possession, or development of the subject property.
(5) A description of the contract of sale, lease, option to purchase or lease, agreement to build or develop, or other written agreement sufficient to disclose the full nature of the interest of the party or of the party's principal in the subject property or in the present or future ownership, use, occupancy, possession, or development of the subject property.
(6) A description of the proposed use for which the rezoning or zoning variance is sought, sufficiently detailed to appraise the notice recipient of the true character, nature, extent, and physical properties of the proposed use.
(7) The date of the filing of the petition.
(8) The date, time, and place of the next regular meeting of the commission if a petition is for approval of a zoning variance. If a petition is filed with the development commission, the notice does not have to specify the date of a hearing before the commission or the development commission. However, the person filing the petition shall give ten (10) days notice of the date, time, and place of a hearing before the commission on the petition after the referral of the petition to the commission by the development commission.
(b) For purposes of giving notice to the interested parties who are owners, the records in the bound volumes of the recent real estate tax assessment records as the records appear in:
(1) the offices of the township assessors (if any); or
(2) the office of the county assessor;
as of the date of filing are considered determinative of the persons who are owners.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 36. Local Government § 36-7-11.3-52 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-36-local-government/in-code-sect-36-7-11-3-52/
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