Indiana Code

The Indiana Code is the code of laws for the U.S. state of Indiana. The contents are the codification of the all the laws currently in effect within Indiana. First codified in 1824, it has been updated almost every year since then and is maintained and updated by the Office of Code Revision.
Posts about Indiana Code
  • Indiana’s New Series LLC Statute

    … request your consideration of the following comments in support of HB 1336, specifically the proposed statute to create series limited liability companies in Indiana to be codified at Title 23, Article 18.1 of the Indiana Code. I write not on the behalf of any client, but in my own capacity as an Indiana attorney. I have been a member of the Indiana…

    Michael Smith/ Indiana Business Law Blog- 70 readers -
  • Mechanics’ Liens: Part 6. No-lien agreements

    … and others to hold the owner personally liable by sending a personal liability notice, discussed in part 5 of this series. [Rev. 11/25/2014. A second last note. My thanks to my friend and colleague, Ted Waggoner of Peterson, Waggoner, & Perkins, LLP, for reminding me that mechanics’ liens are unavailable for public property without the need…

    Michael Smith/ Indiana Business Law Blog- 38 readers -
  • Indiana’s New “Dead Red” Law May Cause Serious Accidents

    … In March of 2014, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed House Bill 1080, making Indiana the 16th state that allows people who are riding motorcycles, motorized bicycles, scooters, and bicycles to treat red lights as stop signs under certain circumstances. The law, which took effect on July 1st of this year, is found at Indiana Code § 9-21-3-7(b)(3…

    fountaininjurylaw- 27 readers -
  • Lane Splitting in Indiana

    … The Law in Indiana Lane Splitting is the practice of riding a motorcycle in between lanes of traffic. Unfortunately, there is misinformation on the web which implies that lane-splitting is legal in Indiana. Although lane splitting is not specifically addressed by name under Indiana Motorcycle traffic laws, a motorcycle, “may not be driven…

    fountaininjurylaw- 132 readers -