Resources for Current Clients


Dues Collection System

Whether or not your HOA is part of our annual service program, you have access to our collections program online so that you can obtain real-time information on our files for delinquent owners we are pursuing in collections.


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Make a Payment

Eads Murray & Pugh, PC offers several convenient ways to make payments.


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In addition to a number of reported cases decided by the Indiana Court of Appeals and the Indiana Supreme Court, Indiana has several statutes that apply, wholly partially, to community associations. Below are links to three of those statutes. However, we caution you from relying upon these statutory provisions for any particular issue without first consulting an attorney.


Indiana Homeowners Association Act

Indiana statutes related to homeowners associations, including key definitions, special meeting rules, and voting requirement.


Indiana HOA Act (PDF)


Indiana Condominium Act

Indiana statutes related to condominiums, including key definitions, procedures for assessments and liens, and required content for bylaws.


Indiana Condominium Act (PDF)


Indiana Homeowners Association Lien Act

Indiana statutes related to homeowners association lien enforcement, including notification requirements.


Indiana Homeowners Association Lien Act (PDF)


Common Area Property & Tangible Personal Property Tax Exemptions

Indiana statutes related to property tax exemptions granted to homeowners associations for common areas and tangible personal property.


Common Area Property & Tangible Personal Property Tax Exemptions (PDF)


Political Signs

Indiana statute on the display of political signs within community associations.


Indiana HOAs and Political Signs (PDF)

Community Association Tips and Information


Indiana HOA and Condo Board Law Glossary


Learn about terms often used in community association documents.


Visit the glossary


Community Associations Institute


Find additional information on the Community Associations Institute (CAI) website.


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Facts and Figures


There are currently 940,000 Hoosiers living in 345,000 homes in 4,725 community associations.


View more facts and figures by Community Associations Institute