Minnesota Law Impacting Evictions Will Go Into Effect In June

(St. Paul, MN) — A new Minnesota law will some place limits on when landlords can pursue evictions against tenants. The law, which will go into effect in June, was passed by the state legislature last spring as part of the public safety bill. It will prevent landlords from pursuing evictions against renters who commit certain crimes away from the property. The law still allows landlords to evict tenants if they are accused of a “crime of violence” against someone associated with the building, or if a tenant is actually convicted of any crime of violence anywhere.

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