If a tax sale property is redeemed during the redemption period, the lien buyer may be reimbursed for its attorney’s fees and costs of giving notice under IC 6-1.1-25-4.5 , as well as the cost of a title search. This reimbursement of a lien buyer’s actual paid expenses is subject to a maximum or ceiling amount established by the court having jurisdiction over the auction. The maximum amounts for title search and attorneys’ fees reimbursement are stated in the rules tab of the auction.
Lien buyers shall only be entitled to reimbursement if they file a form 137 B with the County Auditor prior to time the property is redeemed.
Lien buyers must present proof of payment of reimbursable expenses when they file a form 137 B.
If the property is not redeemed during the redemption period, a lien buyer will not be entitled to any reimbursement of attorneys ’ fees, costs of giving notice under IC 6-1.1-25-4.5 or a title search.