Minnesota Business Laws
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Whether you're thinking of starting a new business, winding down a business that's reached its end, or taking part in a financial transaction, you probably have a question or two about the state's business laws. Minnesota has a number of laws covering all business-related matters, including antitrust laws and deceptive trade practices. For example, Minnesota's Restraint of Trade code section prevents a wide range of unfair business practices, including selling goods or services below cost, misleading consumers about the ingredients or origins of merchandise, and monopolization of food products. If you have a question about Minnesota business laws, this section is a great place to start. Click on a link below to learn more.
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