|(Pending - Will Update Soon)
Forum will be panel discussion with featured speakers
|8:30 a.m.||Tax Sale History and Evolution of Tax Sales in Indiana - William R. Ricards.|
|8:50 a.m.||A Brief Description of the Indiana Tax Sales Process - Scott Richards|
|9:00 a.m.||Tax Sale Case Law Update - Brain Hicks|
|10:00 a.m.||Overview and Recent Changes to the Tax Sale Statute - Marc L. Griffin|
|11:00 a.m.||The Changing Tax Sale Statutes; Why and What's Next - Cindy Land|
|11:30 a.m.||Receivership Program; Serial Delinquent Parcels; Commissioner/Deed Sales - Andrew Seiwert|
|Noon||Lunch (on your own)|
|1:00 p.m.||Code Enforcement Issues - Greg Ulirich|
|1:30 p.m.||Effects of Bankruptcy - Hon. James M. Carr, William J. Tucker, Katherine A. Starks|
|2:30 p.m.||Tax Sale Problems and Solutions - William R. Richards Jr. (Billy)|
|3:10 p.m.||A Practical Approach to the Indiana Tax Sale - Scott Richards|
|3:30 p.m.||A Local Judge's View of the Tax Sale-Marion County - Commissioner Mark A. Jones|
|4:00 p.m.||Anti-Trust Laws and Issues - Brian E. Dickerson|
|4:45 p.m.||Questions and Answers|
It is expected that we will continue to see an increase in the amount of parcels offered at tax sale. This increase appears to be the trend throughout the 92 counties in Indiana and can naturally be expected to result in a significant increase in the amount of legal and business issues involving tax sales.
This seminar is designed to assist attorneys, title insurance agents, real estate brokers, and others in protecting against tax sale pitfalls. This seminar will focus on the tax sale as it has been impacted by recent changes to the tax sale statutes, case law and world events. The seminar will provide valuable information to assist you to avoid running afoul of the changes as you proceed through the tax sale process. We will discuss each step of the tax sale including: preparing for and attending the tax sale, obtaining the tax sale certificate, providing notice, receiving a valid tax deed, quieting title to the purchased property, and obtaining title insurance.
This course is taught by faculty who has dealt extensively with the Indiana Tax Sale and who have both practical and legal experience in dealing with issues that arise in this area. This course is developed against a background of applicable law using real-life examples to demonstrate issues that should be addressed when involved in the Indiana Tax Sale.
Continuing Education Credits for Lawyers, Real Estate & Insurance are pending at this time.
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Tuition for the course is $349.00. This tuition entitles registrants to seminar admission and a specially prepared manual in either paper/book-style or USB/flash drive format containing all study materials for the course. To register, simply click here and return the Course Registration Form along with your check made payable to: Indiana Tax Sale Seminar. Registration will be available at the door only if seats are available.
William R Richards -is a private practice attorney in Indianapolis. He graduated from Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis and is admitted to both the Indiana and Florida bars. Mr. Richards has worked in real estate law for more than 50 years and has participated in tax sales for most of those years. He will discuss the history of the Indiana Tax Sale.
Marc L. Griffin – is a private practice attorney in Indianapolis as well as an Indiana real estate broker. He is a graduate of Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis. He has been active in Indiana tax sales for more than 36 years and has drafted legislation that reformed the State’s tax sale process.
Brian Hicks – is a graduate of Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis. Mr. Hicks has been active in tax sale litigation for more than 18 years and has represented appellants in numerous published tax sale opinions. Mr. Hicks will discuss new tax sale case law.
Scott Richards – has participated in the Indiana Tax Sale for 25+ years and is a graduate of the Thomas Cooley School of Law. He practices law with William R. Richards, P.C.
William (Billy) Richards Jr. – is a seasoned Tax Sale investor with 25+ years of Tax Sale experience. Billy has a real estate license and has been a licensed Title Abstractor since 1985.
Katherine A. Starks – is an attorney with William R. Richards P.C. She received her JD from Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis.
Honorable James M. Carr – is a judge with the United States Bankruptcy Court Southern District of Indiana.
William J. Tucker – is an attorney in Indianapolis with the law firm of Tucker Hester Baker and Krebs LLC. He has practiced law for more than 39 years with the focus of his practice being in the areas of real estate, business and bankruptcy.
Andrew Seiwert – is the General Counsel to the Indiana Finance Authority. He received his B.A. from Purdue University and his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis.
Mark A. Jones – is a Commissioner for the Circuit Court of Marion County. He will discuss a local judge’s view of the Indiana Tax Sales.
Greg Ullrich – is an attorney for Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County. His practice areas include code enforcement, legislative issues and real estate.
Brian E. Dickerson - is an attorney with a national defense practice involving civil, regulatory, and criminal matters. He is a graduate of Capital University Law School.
Mail this form together with payment in the amount of $349.00 per person to:
Indiana Tax Sale Seminar
c/o William R. Richards, P.C.
5120 Commerce Circle, Suite B
Indianapolis, IN 46237
■ Legal Matters:
■ Purchase and Sale of Tax Lien Certificates
■ Up to Date Information on Tax Sale Properties and Tax Sales