Information published for students of Poverty Law courses at the University of Minnesota Law School and University of St. Thomas School of Law. You will find information about Tenants Rights in Minnesota, Residential Unlawful Detainer and Eviction Defense, Predatory Lending, Fair Housing, Minnesota Residential Tenant Remedies, Medical Assistance, Wait a Minute: Slowing Down Minnesota Criminal Activity Eviction Cases to Find the Truth, CHIPS Manual, What Can Attorneys Do about Homelessness?, and Disability Law.
The Residential Unlawful Detainer and Eviction Defense manual in particular bears comment because we've heard at various times how good this resource is. Forms and cases included.
"[I]f a woman has a record of an eviction case, it can greatly hinder her chances of finding a new apartment.
This technical assistance packet describes some actions a tenant can take to either explain or expunge her eviction case from her record."
Includes sample statement of evidence, sample list of questions for a witness, sample argument to the court, sample notice of motion and motion for expungement of eviction record (Minn. Stat. § 484.014), sample affidavit of service by mail, sample letter to tenant screening agencies, a list of Minnesota tenant screening agencies, and excerpts from the Minnesota Statutes.
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