New Website Connects Hoosiers to Civil Legal Aid Hoosiers have a new website to help connect them to civil (non-criminal) legal aid and resources. Created by the Coalition for Court Access, indianalegalhelp.org was launched in the fall of 2018. The website aims to connect Hoosiers to civil legal aid organizations, information, and resources. The site […]
How the Eviction Process Works – PDF download
Manufactured homes, commonly referred to as mobile homes, cost less than site-built homes, creating an important affordable option for 22 million residents and 6.6 million homeowner and renter households. There are 124 manufactured home plants in the United States, including eight production plants in Indiana. Improved design and installation standards since 1976 have increased the […]
Indiana Rights for Tenants Who Are Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, or Stalking Your landlord may have certain duties to you the tenant to help ensure your safety and ability to maintain your protection order. If you or someone in your household has been the victim of Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, or Stalking; AND […]
Resources for renters, landlords, property managers
Pets are an essential part of many people’s lives. There are many benefits to pet ownership – reducing stress, providing companionship, and unconditional love. But with pet ownership comes responsibilities, especially for renters. How can you be a good pet owner in a rental home? Finding a Pet-Friendly Apartment Whether a renter can keep pets […]
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A landlord can keep your security deposit only in certain situations. There is a state law that explains when and how you can get your deposit back.
I spoke to the property manager last month about the leak in the bedroom ceiling. They have not fixed it yet.
As long as you haven’t abandoned your home, your landlord cannot change the locks, install a deadbolt, take off doors, or do anything to stop you from entering your home.