Indiana Supreme Court: Trial Court Has Discretion to Not Grant Crime Victims Relief Act Award Even When Predicate Act is Proven

Indiana Supreme Court: Trial Court Has Discretion to Not Grant Crime Victims Relief Act Award Even When Predicate Act is Proven

This discussion focuses on the Indiana Supreme Court decision in Wysocki v. Johnson, in which the Indiana Supreme Court held that a trial court is not obligated to apply the Indiana Crime Victims Relief Act even where plaintiffs have proven commission of a predicate act.

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Actual Knowledge of Inaccuracy in Indiana Real Estate Disclosure Form is Actionable for Fraud

Actual Knowledge of Inaccuracy in Indiana Real Estate Disclosure Form is Actionable for Fraud

This week's post focuses on the recent Indiana Supreme Court decision Johnson v. Wysocki that seems to have once and for all allowed for legal action against a seller of real property for knowingly filling out a sales disclosure form with inaccurate information.

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