Bills Pending Indiana House Judiciary Committee

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INHCR0047Intro
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A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION urging Congress to support democracy and the civilian-led people of Burma.
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2021-04-20
To House Judiciary Committee
INSCR0003Engross
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A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION directing the Congress of the United States to propose to the several states an amendment to the United States Constitution concerning the membership of the United States Supreme Court.
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2021-04-14
To House Judiciary Committee
INSB0268Engross
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Expiration of contact preference forms. Allows the contact preference form of a birth parent to expire on the birth parent's death. Eliminates the use of contact preference forms for adoptions finalized after June 30, 2021. Makes conforming changes.
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2021-03-02
To House Judiciary Committee
INSB0150Engross
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Housing matters. Eliminates the general restriction on the authority of a county, city, town, or township concerning regulation of landlord-tenant relationship matters not specifically described by state statute.
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2021-03-01
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INHCR0009Intro
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A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION directing the Congress of the United States to propose to the several states an amendment to the United States Constitution concerning the membership of the United States Supreme Court.
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2021-02-02
To House Judiciary Committee
INHB1482Intro
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Wage garnishment. Requires a judgment debtor to notify the court within 90 days of a change in certain circumstances. Provides that a judgment debtor who fails to notify the court within 90 days commits a Class C misdemeanor.
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2021-01-14
To House Judiciary Committee
INHB1503Intro
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Religious freedom restoration. Repeals the following provisions of the Indiana religious freedom restoration act: (1) An application provision stating certain limitations on the statute. (2) The definition of "provider".
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2021-01-14
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INHB1539Intro
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Protection of life. Repeals the statutes authorizing and regulating abortion. Finds that human physical life begins when a human ovum is fertilized by a human sperm. Asserts a compelling state interest in protecting human physical life from the momen...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1310Intro
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Abortion. Provides that the general assembly shall convene in an "initiated session" to consider legislation to restrict abortion if either of the following occur: (1) the Supreme Court of the United States overrules the central holding of Roe v. Wad...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1557Intro
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Abortion. Defines viability for purposes of the abortion law as the earlier of the time of each postfertilization age of the fetus that is less than 21 weeks or the time of conception. Provides that the definition is severable to preserve the earlies...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1302Intro
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Employment discrimination claims in state court. Expands the definition of "employer", for purposes of civil rights enforcement, to include any person employing one or more persons within the state. (Current law defines "employer" to include any pers...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1431Intro
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Seat belt usage and comparative fault. Provides that a plaintiff's failure to wear a seatbelt may be used as evidence of the plaintiff's fault in a civil action for damages.
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2021-01-14
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INHB1258Intro
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Civil immunity related to COVID-19. Provides that a person or the person's agent who conducts business in Indiana is not liable in a civil action claiming an injury from exposure or potential exposure to COVID-19 if the act or omission alleged to vio...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1248Intro
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Physical custody and parenting time. Adds a rebuttable presumption in child custody proceedings that: (1) joint physical custody is in the best interests of the child; and (2) equal parenting time is in the best interests of the child. Provides that ...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1425Intro
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Liability for emergency medical services. Changes the emergency medical services civil liability standard to gross negligence. Provides emergency vehicle operators civil immunity for an act or omission committed by the operator while operating an eme...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1219Intro
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Various housing matters. Defines "principal dwelling land contract" (contract) as a land contract for the sale of real property: (1) designed for the occupancy of one to two families; and (2) that is or will be occupied by the buyer as the buyer's pr...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1378Intro
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Emergency evictions. Specifies that a landlord includes a property owner. Authorizes a landlord to seek an emergency possessory order if an occupant has no contractual relationship with the property owner or other interest in the property.
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2021-01-14
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INHB1492Intro
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Required notices to mobile home communities. Requires a mobile home community operator (operator) to notify affected owners in writing not later than 30 days before the operator lists for sale or petitions for the rezoning of any parcel on which a mo...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1461Intro
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Abandoned property in a rented dwelling. Repeals provisions requiring a landlord to transfer a tenant's abandoned personal property to a storage facility. Provides that a tenant's personal property is considered abandoned if it remains on the premise...
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2021-01-14
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INHB1459Intro
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Strategic lawsuits against public participation. Repeals and replaces all provisions concerning special relief for certain civil actions pertaining to the exercise of certain constitutionally protected freedoms. Provides that a party may petition a c...
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2021-01-14
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INHJR0004Intro
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Provides that the rights set forth in the Indiana Constitution and the Indiana Code apply to an unborn child as soon as the unborn child's mother is aware that she is pregnant.
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2021-01-14
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INHB1149Intro
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Recording requirements. Amends the acknowledgment and proof requirements for a conveyance, mortgage, or instrument of writing to be recorded. Provides that actions taken after June 30, 2020, regarding acknowledgment and proof for conveyances, mortgag...
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2021-01-07
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INHB1096Intro
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Demolition of unsafe buildings. Allows a court to order the demolition of all or part of a property as a remedy in a civil action regarding an unsafe premises.
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2021-01-07
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INHB1094Intro
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Rental agreements. Specifies that "rental agreement", for purposes of residential landlord tenant law, includes certain rental agreements with an explicit or implicit right to purchase.
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2021-01-07
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INHB1194Intro
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Child custody and parenting time. Provides that if a court in a paternity or child custody proceeding does not award joint legal custody or joint physical custody of a child, the court shall enter findings of fact and conclusions of law citing clear ...
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2021-01-07
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INHB1037Intro
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Partition of heirs property. Provides procedures for the partition of property that is determined by a court to be heirs property.
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2021-01-04
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INHB1057Intro
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EMS immunity. Adds: (1) certified emergency medical responders; (2) certified advanced emergency medical technicians; and (3) licensed paramedics; to certain statutes concerning negligence and emergency medical services. Provides that a certified eme...
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2021-01-04
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