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There is information available about the landlord-tenant relationship through the Minnesota Attorney General's Office.
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No. The County Attorney's Office is limited by law to representing the County. Contact our office for more information.
Contact your caseworker from the County assigned. General information is available on the Minnesota Department of Human Services website.
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There is a fee for the review of the plat (set by the County Board). A developer's agreement may be required depending on the conditions of the plat.
You can find help online through the Minnesota Judicial Branch Self Help Centers.