Captive Gas and Condemned Trash: Highs and Lows in Indiana Property Law in 1996

30 Indiana Law Review 1269-1289 (1997)

22 Pages Posted: 17 Oct 2015

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Danaya C. Wright

University of Florida Levin College of Law

Date Written: 1997

Abstract

It is hard to believe that another year has gone by and that you may be a year behind on the current changes in Indiana property law. Property was bought and sold, leased and zoned, and devised and developed in ways that inevitably led to controversies and lawsuits. The Indiana courts were faced with the usual array of landlord/tenant disputes, marital property divisions, and abandoned easements. In many of those cases, the courts reaffirmed well-established property-law principles without burdening the dockets of the appellate courts. What follows is a discussion of a number of cases to offer important refinements, qualifications, and exceptions to traditional property rules.

Keywords: Indiana, property law, development, refinements, qualifications, exceptions, traditional property rules

Suggested Citation

Wright, Danaya C., Captive Gas and Condemned Trash: Highs and Lows in Indiana Property Law in 1996 (1997). 30 Indiana Law Review 1269-1289 (1997), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2673818

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