Interlocal agreements

H.E.A. 1140, P.L. 75 Effective: July 1, 2018 Allows a county to enter into an interlocal agreement with a municipality to use: (1) a municipal ordinance violations bureau; or (2) a city or town court; to dispose of county ordinance violations. Read the bill at: … [Read more...]

Agreement for ordinance violations bureau

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard HB 1140 sponsored by Sen. Head on entering into an agreement for ordinance violations bureau. It allows a county to enter into an interlocal agreement with a city to handle its ordinance violations through the city court and for the … [Read more...]

Agreement for ordinance violations bureau

The House Local Government Committee heard HB 1140 authored by Rep. D. Miller allowing a county to enter into an interlocal agreement for ordinance violations bureau with a city to handle its ordinance violations through the city court. The bill also allows a city court … [Read more...]

Magistrates and courts

H.E.A. 1110, P.L. 173-2015 Effective: §§1-16 effective July 1, 2015; §17 effective June 29, 2015; §18 effective May 5, 2015 Allows the judges of the Clark circuit court to jointly appoint a third full-time magistrate. Allows the judge of the Greene circuit court and … [Read more...]

Lake County city and town court jurisdiction

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard HB 1307, sponsored by Sen. Niemeyer and Sen. Randolph, increasing the maximum civil jurisdiction from an amount in controversy of $3,000 to an amount in controversy of $6,000 for Lake County city and town court jurisdiction in East … [Read more...]

Lake County city and town jurisdiction

The House Courts and Criminal Code Committee heard HB 1307, authored by Rep. Fine, pertaining to Lake County city and town jurisdiction. The bill raises the limit of the amount in controversy from $3,000 to $6,000 in Lake County city and town courts with concurrent … [Read more...]