My question involves a roommate in the State of: Indiana
In November, my husband and I allowed a family whose home was foreclosed upon to move into our basement temporarily while they found another home. They never had a lease, never paid ANY monies or contributed to the household, and they never had keys to the home. This quickly became a nightmare, as the man drank from sunup to sundown and the woman slept 16 hours a day. They continued to bring stray animals into the basement as "rescues" , although my child has asthma and allergies and we do not own pets, and never took them outside to relieve themselves resulting in urine and feces all over the basement. The basement is also covered with beer cans and cigarette butts. In February, they were asked to leave and they did so without being evicted. However, the majority of their items and all of their trash still remain in our basement and our garage is full to the ceiling with their property. They did rent a two day U-Haul and removed beds, dressers, and their washer and dryer in about an hour but failed to return with the U-Haul to remove anything else or clean up their mess. They have been asked daily in person and via text and cell phone to remove the items, and they make appointments with us to do so, but never show up. They have been gone for 3 weeks. When can we remove their abandoned property so we can get the place cleaned up?