Under Indiana law, the landlord can keep all or some of your security deposit for only the following reasons
Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST is an initiative designed to promote compliance with the Fair Housing Act design and construction requirements.
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.