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Conroad sued Castleton Corner Owners Association (“Castleton”) for failing to maintain a sewer lift station, which ultimately flooded Conroad’s building with sewage and led its tenant to terminate the lease. The Marion Superior Court awarded damages to Conroad, and Castleton appealed in Castleton I. While Castleton I was pending on appeal, Conroad initiated proceedings supplemental and obtained an interest in Castleton’s real property, and Castleton appealed this judgment in Castleton II. After remand in Castleton I, and while Castleton II was pending, the trial court vacated the proceedings supplemental order at issue in Castleton II. The Court of Appeals affirmed, finding that the trial court maintained jurisdiction to enforce the Castleton I judgment. Conroad Associates, L.P. v. Castleton Corner Owners Association, Inc., 187 N.E.3d 885 (Ind. Ct. App. 2022), vacated. The Indiana Supreme Court has granted a petition to transfer and accepted jurisdiction over the case.