Indiana Fair Housing Laws
In Indiana, housing discrimination by landlords to tenants over the rental of housing and/or housing related services is unlawful if based upon:
- -Race (any race)
- -Color (any color)
- -National Origin (any nationality)
- -Gender (sex – includes gender identity)
- -Familial Status (presence of children under 18 in the family or women who are pregnant or adults attempting to secure custody of children)
- -Disability (handicap)
- -Ancestry (Indiana state law only)
- -Age, Sexual Orientation, Military Service Veteran Status (Indianapolis/Marion County ordinance only)
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