If you belive the eviction action is based upon erroneous assertions regading your alledged actions and you have a separate rental agreement with the landlord you may have a defense to the eviction, particularly if the lease duration is not up. If you have a joint lease or you are not on the lease you may not prevail. If continued tenancy is importatnt enought to you, see a local Atty.
Without more information, it's hard to advise you specifically. Call a local landlord/tenant attorney or your local Indiana Legal Services office and have them sit down with you to review your case.
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