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Legal Information: Indiana
Updated: October 27, 2020
33-34-3-3 Possessory actions
Sec. 3. The court has original and concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit and superior courts in possessory actions between landlord and tenant in which the past due rent at the time of filing does not exceed eight thousand dollars ($8,000). The court also has original and concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit and superior courts in actions for the possession of property where the value of the property sought to be recovered does not exceed eight thousand dollars ($8,000). These jurisdictional limitations are not affected by interest and attorney’s fees.
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