Protection of private real property rights.

Authors: Representative Timothy Neese


Provides that if an action of a state or local governmental entity taken after June 30, 2014, to enforce or otherwise apply a law or other regulation: (1) creates an inordinate burden on, restriction on, or limitation of real property rights on an existing use of private real property or a vested right to a specific use of private real property; and (2) the action does not constitute a taking of private real property under the Constitution of the State of Indiana or the Constitution of the United States; the property owner is entitled to relief, including compensation for the actual loss to the fair market value of the real property, by bringing an action in the circuit court that has jurisdiction in the county in which the real property is located. Establishes the procedures the private real property owner must follow to: (1) bring and maintain the action; and (2) receive compensation.