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   A Guide to Participating in Contested Case Proceedings at the Office of Administrative Hearings (Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings)
"This pamphlet explains how the Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) conducts its administrative contested case proceedings. It is a general guide to many of the legal requirements that apply to those hearings. But there are many other requirements of the law that apply to individual cases. Employees of OAH may not provide legal advice to agencies, organizations, or people involved in its hearings. This guide should not be considered a substitute for having a lawyer. The decision about whether you want a lawyer to represent you in an administrative contested case proceeding is extremely important and must always be made carefully."

Prepared by the Office of Administrative Hearings in cooperation with the Office of the Minnesota Attorney General.

   Information for Pro Se Parties: Presenting Commissioner of Revenue Appeals to the Minnesota Tax Court (Minnesota Tax Court)
"For taxpayers who choose to proceed without an attorney we are providing information for property tax appeals and appeals to an Order of the Commissioner of Revenue."

"You have appealed or are considering whether to appeal the Commissioners Order denying a refund or assessing additional tax, penalty and/or interest. This appeal gives you an opportunity to tell a Minnesota Tax Court Judge why you believe the Commissioner incorrectly denied your refund or made this additional assessment."

   Information for Pro Se Parties: Presenting Property Tax Appeals to the Minnesota Tax Court (Minnesota Tax Court)
"For taxpayers who choose to proceed without an attorney we are providing information for property tax appeals and appeals to an Order of the Commissioner of Revenue."

"You have appealed your Minnesota property tax assessment. You now have an opportunity to tell a Minnesota Tax Court judge why you believe the county assessor erred in determining the value or classification of your property."

   Pro Se Guidelines: Contested Case Hearing Preparation (Minnesota Office of Administrative Hearings)
   Wex: Administrative Law (Legal Information Institute)

See also:
  • Minnesota Administrative Rules
  • Minnesota Administrative Tribunal Decisions
  • Minnesota Administrative Tribunal Forms
  • Minnesota Administrative Tribunal Rules
  • Minnesota Administrative Tribunals
  • Minnesota Departments and Agencies
  • Federal Administrative Tribunals
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  • Workers' Compensation Law
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