Indiana Governor Further Extends Stay At Home Order to May 1st:  Advises that Legal and Real Estate / Appraisal / Title Services should continue to be conducted virtually

Indiana Governor Further Extends Stay At Home Order to May 1st: Advises that Legal and Real Estate / Appraisal / Title Services should continue to be conducted virtually

Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb has extended the State’s Stay at Home Order in Executive Order 20-22 until May 1, 2020. In the Order, the Governor states that “professional services” — which include “legal services, accounting services, insurance services, and real estate services (including appraisal and title services)” — qualify as “Essential Businesses and Operations.”  In sub-section (q), the Order continues to direct that these services “should be conducted virtually, or by telephone whenever reasonably possible and any professional services requiring face-to-face encounters should be postponed unless the failure to meet in-person will have a significant adverse impact on the client’s financial or legal position.”

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