Tenant Deposits

Here is a commonly asked question of both our residential landlord and tenant clients:
A landlord in Minnesota has three weeks after termination of a tenancy to return
a rental deposit with interest or provide the tenant a written statement
showing the specific reasons for the witholding of the deposit or any part
thereof.  Minn. Stat. Sec. 504B.178, subd. 3. The tenant has an obligation
to provide the landlord a mailing address or delivery instructions.  Let us know if
you have landlord/tenant questions.  We represent both landlords and tenants in
both commercial and residential properties.
  Contact us if you have questions.

Radon Disclosure

As of January 1, 2014, if you are selling a home in Minnesota you must provide
a Radon disclosure notice.  Radon is a silent killer.  There are ways to
detect radon in your home and ways to abate the problem.  For more
information check out the Minnesota Department of Health’s website: