All About Indiana Renter's Rights

Landlord Protection All About Indiana Renter's Rights

What You Didn't Know About Indiana Renter’s Rights

What happens when your landlord violates your rights? It's no secret that most landlords are only out for money and can sometimes infringe on your tenant's rights. Your  are protected by law, but you must take action to ensure they are upheld.

Knowing when your landlord violates your  is the first step to upholding your rights. You may need to go to court to uphold your renter's rights and ensure your landlord's repair responsibilities are satisfied. We will explain your basic tenant rights and help you defend them yourself or with help from DoNotPay. We can help you write a letter to your landlord about repairs and seek legal remedy if the landlord does not comply.

Landlord-Tenant Laws in Indiana

Landlords in Indiana have certain responsibilities and must not infringe on their tenants' rights. It is your responsibility to take necessary legal action if your landlord infringes on your renter's rights. Your  include:

  • Privacy
  • Safe, clean, and habitable home
  • Reasonable upkeep and maintenance
  • Common area maintenance
  • Access to the property
  • Timely return of security deposit
  • Fair housing
  • Affordable housing
  • Right to legal action

DoNotPay can help you learn your tenant rights in Indiana and defend them from unscrupulous landlords.

How to Ensure Your Indiana Renter’s Rights Are Protected

Know Your Rights

To protect your Indiana renter's rights, you need to know your rights first. Get to know your tenant rights with this fact sheet from the Indiana Civil Rights Commission and learn what is and is not acceptable. If you find that your landlord is not respecting your rights, inform the landlord of the state law. DoNotPay can help you learn everything you need to know about Indiana renter's rights. 

Protect Your Rights

Protecting your Indiana renter's rights can be a lengthy and frustrating process. If your landlord is violating your rights, follow these steps:

Talk to your landlord if possibleYou must inform your landlord if there is a repair or maintenance problem before pursuing a legal remedy. If the landlord does not respond or the issue is more serious (discriminatory rent hiking, illegal lockout, harassment) move on to the next step.
Draft a demand letter and hand-deliver, email, or send via registered mail to your landlordThis written document is vital if you need to seek legal remedy. Include the following in your letter:

  • Your name and the address of your rental property
  • Your grievance with the landlord (repairs, wrongful eviction, deposit return)
  • Your demand backed up by Indiana law within a reasonable time (not defined by Indiana law).

If the landlord does not comply with your demand, you will seek legal remedy.

  • Your signature with the date
Go to small claims courtIf the landlord does not settle your issue after a reasonable time, go to small claims court to sue your landlord for remedy.

Going to court to fight a landlord can be stressful and expensive. DoNotPay can help you make defending your Indiana renter's rights more simple and successful. We can help you find the law your landlord violated, write a demand letter, and sue the landlord if needed.

Defend Your Indiana Renter’s Rights With the Help of DoNotPay

If your landlord infringes on your tenant rights, you must take action to resolve the issue. While some landlords are responsive to a verbal warning, others will not stop until you take them to court. It can be stressful and time-consuming to take a landlord to court, but it is the only way to protect your rights. DoNotPay makes it easy to protect your tenant rights. Access DoNotPay from your mobile phone or web browser to have us send a demand letter on your behalf and build a case for you to sue the landlord.

DoNotPay is here to guide you through it and file your disputes on your behalf. Our Landlord Protection product can help you:

  1. Get back your security deposits
  2. Learn about your state's eviction laws and what protections apply in your case
  3. Resolve disputes regarding repairs with your landlord
  4. Resolve disputes with roommates by filing demand letters or going through small claims court
  5. Break your lease early

How to Break a Lease in Indiana Using DoNotPay:

If you want to break a lease in Indiana but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 4 easy steps:

  1. Search for and open the Landlord Protection product on DoNotPay.


  2. Select which issue applies to you.


  3. Answer a simple set of questions so our chatbot can collect the necessary information to create your demand letter.


  4. Choose whether you want DoNotPay to send the demand letter to your landlord or roommate on your behalf. If you already tried sending a demand letter and it didn't work, we can help you start the small claims court process.


And that's it! You should hear back from your landlord directly once your demands are sent.

Can DoNotPay Help Me With Landlord-Tenant Law?

DoNotPay can help you solve all of your landlord-tenant issues. We have helped our users answer the following questions:

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