HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION INFORMATION
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GOVERNMENT AGENCIES & RESOURCES
Indiana Government Portal - Search for government information by topic and agency.
Indiana Secretary of State - Information on elections, businesses, licensing, and securities.
HOA’s contact information - Find an HOA’s mailing address, active board members, and other corporate information by conducting a search under the community’s or development’s name.
Indiana Attorney General - The office of the attorney general plays an important role in protecting the state's citizens.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Is the federal agency “responsible for national policy and programs that address America's housing needs, that improve and develop the Nation's communities, and enforce fair housing laws.”
Indiana State Department of Agriculture - The agency provides leadership on food, agriculture, natural resources, and related issues.
PRIVATE SECTOR RESOURCES
Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency - Find solar access policies and incentives
HOA LAWS AND REGULATIONS
The Indiana Fair Housing Act – prohibits housing discrimination based on “protected classes,” including race, color, religion, and national origin similar to the federal Fair Housing Act. The Act is administered by the Indiana Civil Rights Commission.
Indiana Condominium Act - Code § 32-25 32-25- The Act governs condominium formation, management, operation, and powers in Indiana.
Indiana Homeowners Association Act, Code § 32-25.5 - The Act governs the formation, management, powers, and operation of HOAs in Indiana.
Indiana Code § 32-28-14 - Homeowners’ association liens
Indiana Code § 32-21 - Conveyance Procedures for Real Property
Indiana Nonprofit Corporation Act of 1991. - The statute governs all non-profits with regard to corporate structure and procedure. Most associations in Indiana are organized as nonprofit corporations. To check an association’s corporate status visit the Secretary of State’s website.
Indiana Roll of Attorneys - Find the license status, disciplinary history, contact information of Indiana attorneys.
Indiana Legal Services, Inc. - This organization provides free legal assistance in civil matters to low income residents.
Indiana Courts - oversees claims of misconduct against Indian lawyers and protects lawyers against unwarranted claims.