Can a Landlord Enter Without Permission in Indiana?

This question is about Indiana Landlord Tenant Rights

No. Indiana law clearly states that the only way a landlord can enter without a tenant’s permission is with a court order, or if the landlord has reason to believe the unit is abandoned. If the tenant is at home, the landlord needs permission to enter, even in emergencies (although emergencies don’t require advance notice before entry).

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