Minnesota Property and Real Estate Laws
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Property and real estate law is one of those pervasive areas of the law that affects just about everyone -- whether you're a homeowner, renter, or landlord. Minnesota has laws on the books covering a broad range of issues related to property law, including adverse possession, leases and rental agreements, and homestead protections. For example, Minnesota law protects renters from being discriminated against on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, or sexual orientation. If you're thinking about renting out a property, in the market for a new home, or looking for a place to rent, it's in your best interests to learn more about Minnesota's property laws. Click on a link below to get started.
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