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Real Estate Forms & Documents

  • Landlord and Tenant Forms & Documents
  • Minnesota Uniform Conveyancing Blanks

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       Minn. Stat. § 508.70 Statutory Form: Demand for Discharge of Claim of Unregistered Interest (Minnesota Revisor of Statutes)
    Minn. Stat. 508.70, subd. 4 provided (when visited in June 2005) "A person whose registered interest is affected by a statement of adverse claim filed before August 1, 2003, or by a claim of unregistered interest, or the person's agent, may file a demand for discharge of the claim of unregistered interest. A copy of the demand must be mailed to the claimant at the address stated on the claim. An affidavit stating the name and address of the person to whom a copy of the demand was mailed must be attached to the demand. The demand must be substantially in the following form:"
       Minnesota Association of Realtors Ethics Complaint (Minnesota Association of Realtors)
       Minnesota Residential Purchase Agreements 2000 by Real Property Section, Residential Real Estate Commission (Minnesota State Bar Association)
    Introduction leads to article that says it is current through the 2000 legislative session and Minnesota cases reported thorugh November 1, 2000. Compares the MSBA's Minnesota Standard Residential Purchase Agreement to the Minnesota Association of Realtors Purchase Agreement. 146 pages.
       Request for Security Deposit (Baylor University)
    Letter form of notice requesting return of security deposit on apartment following move out.

    See also:
  • Construction Forms & Documents
  • Real Estate Purchase and Sale Law
  • Residential Real Estate Sale and Purchase Law
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