What Are a Tenant’s Rights in Minnesota?

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What Are a Tenant’s Rights in Minnesota?

Minnesota tenants have an enumerated right to privacy that impacts when their landlord may “reasonably” enter their unit while it is occupied. Tenants in Minnesota also have the right to file discrimination complaints against their landlord when they feel that they have been mistreated under the state’s civil rights or fair housing laws.

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