Housing Law in Minnesota Residential Eviction Defense in Minnesota, and Other Housing Law Materials By Lawrence R. McDonough
Poverty Law University of Minnesota and University of St. Thomas Schools of Law
© Poverty Law and Lawrence R. McDonough and Monica Bogucki (except where other authors are noted) Permission granted for pro bono representation. Use for other purposes, including educational purposes, is by written permission only from Lawrence R. McDonough and Monica Bogucki (except where other authors are noted). = = = = = = RESIDENTIAL EVICTION DEFENSE AND TENANT CLAIMS IN MINNESOTA, BY LAWRENCE R. MCDONOUGH Highlights of the 2019 Edition! These are large files, around 600 pages long. The Word file is the smallest, and the PDF file is the largest. You also can view the HTML file on line. To view or download unpublished decisions discussed in it, you need to go to www.projusticemn.org . After registering (if you have not done so already), go to Civil Law, Library, Housing, and Eviction Defense. = = = LINKS REFERRALS = = = HOUSING LAWS AND RULES Statute cross refererence tables = = = ARTICLES AND SLIDE SHOWS Summaries of Tenant Rights Housing Court Representation Repair Cases Rights of Tenants Whose Landlord Are in Foreclosure Residential Eviction Defense in Minnesota, Chapter VI, §§ E.37, F.1.d, F.10.a.5, F.12, supra Public and Subsidized Housing Tenancies Table Residential Eviction Defense in Minnesota I.G. VI.D.11. E.1.h., E.10.d., E.12. F.4., F.10. G.4.a., G.10., G-16.d-e. How Medical Marijuana Can Threaten Access to Public Housing Administrative Law for Housing and Government Benefits Programs Criminal Activity Expungements Slide Shows Residential Eviction Defense in Minnesota, Chapter VIII, § E.5, supra Security Deposits Emergency Resources for Tenants Unpublished Housing Cases in the Court of Appeals Ethical Concerns = = = FORMS Tenancies table Eviction Answer Forms Unpublished Decisions and Reports in Answer Forms (attach if asserting the defense) Rejected proposal to amend Minn. Gen. R. Prac. 603 to permit corporations to appear in district court eviction action without representation by a licensed attorney, citing Nicollet Restoration, Inc. v. Turnham Principal and Address Disclosure, Minn. Stat. § 504B.181 Landlord’s Failure to Give Notice as Required by the Lease Landlord Failed to Disclose Mortgage Foreclosure to a Prospective Tenant Rental License Rent Abatement A material breach goes to the root or essence of the contract, so substantial and fundamental that it defeats the object of the parties in entering into the contract, where the injury is irreparable or where damages would be inadequate or difficult or impossible to determine A0 Instructions A1 Private A1v Private Tenancy under Executive Order 20-14 A1v1 Private Tenancy following Executive Order 20-14 (to be completed) A2 Manufactured Home Park Lots A3 Section 8 Housing Choice and VASH Voucher Tenancies A4 HUD Subsidized Projects under Handbook 4350.3 A4X HUD Care Programs A5 HUD Moderate Rehabilitation Projects A5X HUD HOME Investment Partnerships Program A6 Project Based Section 8 Certificates A6X Internal Revenue Service Low-Income Housing Tax Credit A7 Rural Housing Service Subsidized Housing Projects A7X Rural Housing Service Subsidized Housing Projects Receiving A8 Public Housing Contempt Motion Order Removal Forms Notice of Removal of Judicial Officer Notice to Remove Referee Expungement To view or download other forms, you need to go to www.projusticemn.org , formerly www.probono.net/mnProbono.net. After registering (if you have not done so already), go to Civil Law, Library, Housing, and Eviction Defense. = = = © Poverty Law and Lawrence R. McDonough and Monica Bogucki (except where other authors are noted) Permission granted for pro bono representation. Use for other purposes, including educational purposes, is by written permission only from Lawrence R. McDonough and Monica Bogucki (except where other authors are noted).