Indiana Extends Eviction Pause Through July 1

May 26, 2020

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-28, announced on May 21, extends the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures for residential real estate or property, whether rental or otherwise, until July 1.

The expiration date for the moratorium means that evictions for nonpayment of rent will be allowed starting July 1. The clock is now ticking for Indiana to have a plan for emergency rental assistance up and running before the end of June. 

Under current state guidance, renters who are still having issues with their landlords should first consult IHCDA’s Coronavirus Eviction & Foreclosure Prevention Guide which provides a FAQ section and encourages renters to seek a payment plan with landlords.

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