Our there any laws or codes pertaining to Tenant Landlord issues?

Published 09/11/2007 02:51 PM   |    Updated 03/25/2009 04:46 PM

Our there any laws or codes pertaining to Tenant Landlord issues?

State has very few laws on tenant/landlord relations, no state agency deals with complaints or direct regulation. You can locate all tenant/landlord relations in the Indiana Code by visiting the website [http://www.in.gov/legislative/index.html] and entering the relevant Indiana Codes [(IC 32-7-1-1 through 11)- 7/1/99 HB 1653 (IC 33-4, 33-5, 33-10.5, 33-11.6) ] or you may call Legislative Services at (317)232-9856. The information you are seeking can most likely be answered by seeking legal counsel

OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS NON-GOVERNMENTAL - PLEASE NOTE SOME SERVE ONLY CERTAIN LOCATIONS

-Tenant Landlord Coalition is a private coalition which may be able to help mediate disagreements between tenants and landlords (Marion Cnty only)4302 E. New York, Indpls. 46201 (317) 322-2369, Hours. 9am-12pm, Tues., Wed, Thurs. Web address: http://www.nationalhomeless.org/resources/state/indiana.html

-Apartment Association of Indiana, 9202 N.Meridian, Suite 250, Indpls. (317) 816-8900, Will take complaints against members only

-Legal hotline(Bar Assoc.) 317-269-2222 (2nd Tues) between 6pm & 8pm. Questions may be regarding divorce, child support, landlord/tenant, consumer rights, real estate & employment law.

-American Bar Association Listings for legal advice/assistance [http://www.inbar.org/] by calling 800-266-2581

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