North Dakota Property and Real Estate Laws
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Whether you rent an apartment or own a house (whether or not you're still paying the bank), you have certain rights related to property and real estate. Welcome to FindLaw's North Dakota Property and Real Estate law section, with authoritative explanations of the law for non-attorneys. This section covers the rights of tenants, such as deadlines for the return of security deposits; the regulations governing rental agreements and leases, including notice requirements for terminating a lease; information about homestead protection laws; and much more. Click on one of the links below to learn more about North Dakota's property and real estate laws.
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