June 15, 2024

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Indy launches software to support tenants

Indianapolis is growing a new pilot application to provide legal staff throughout Marion County’s township courts in an exertion to continue to keep renters housed as metropolis officials brace for a surge in eviction filings after the expansive federal moratorium finishes this week

The tenant advocacy project will present legal help in six of the nine township little promises courts where eviction proceedings are listened to, metropolis officers introduced on Thursday at the Town-County Making.

Staffers from Indiana Authorized Expert services, the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic and the Indianapolis Authorized Help Society will be out there to supply lawful advice, aid with mediation involving landlords and renters, and join tenants to the city’s rental guidance application.

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