Indiana Code Title 32. Property § 32-31-9-8




Sec. 8. (a) A landlord may not terminate a lease, refuse to renew a lease, refuse to enter into a lease, or retaliate against a tenant solely because:

(1) a tenant;

(2) an applicant;  or

(3) an individual who is a member of the tenant's or applicant's household;

is a protected individual.

(b) A landlord may not refuse to enter into a lease with an applicant or retaliate against a tenant solely because:

(1) the tenant;

(2) the applicant;  or

(3) an individual who is a member of the tenant's or applicant's household;

has terminated a rental agreement as a protected individual under section 12 of this chapter.


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