Thank you Sarah. I am not quite sure that I asked the question right. If said person is buying a home and has his payments current and up to date and then he sets his house on fire, is that considered arson? I was told by a cop nonetheless...that if he was buying his home and had his payments current and up to date that by Indiana law, legally he could burn it down and not be charged with arson? How can that be? Wouldn't the bank still own the house? And how can he not be charged with arson?
I want to know if it is true that according to Indiana law if you are buying a home and the payments are current and up to date and home goes up in flames it is not considered arsen even though the homeowner is suspected of setting it? That legally, the homeowner has that right? I know this sounds far fetched to me...