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In order to pursue any legal action, you have to know what the law says.  Depending on your goals, you may need to find the code or statute or law passed by the Legislative branch; or the regulations or administrative code created by the Agencies that serve the Legislature; or the case law opinions decided under the Judicial branch; or any or all of the above. The links included are intended to help you find that information that is freely available through the Internet. 

:  Including a website in this listing does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement by the Law Library of that site or the material on that site.  Sites are included only as a possible resource for our visitors.  If you have any questions about whether you should use or rely on any form or information from any website, you are strongly encouraged to contact an attorney licensed to practice in your jurisdiction.

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The following links will provide you with information on Minnesota law.  They are NOT a substitute for legal advice. Contact a lawyer who is licensed in Minnesota to get advice on your situation.

Consumer complaints, Debt, Seniors and Other issues (MN Attorney General)
How to Research a Legal Problem: A Guide for Non-Lawyers (AALL)
I'll See You In Court (Mn Judicial Branch)
Law for Non-Lawyers (MN State Law Library)
Legal Topics A - Z (MN State Law Library)
MN Courts Self Help Center (MN Judical Branch)
        - Access to Trial Court Records
        - Conciliation Court - Laws, Rules & Resources
        - Court Forms
        - Laws, Rules and Legal Research
        - Legal Terms
        - Representing Yourself in Court
        - Self Help Services in the Courts
Representing Yourself in Court (MN)
Representing Yourself in Federal Court
Self Help Resources on the Internet (MN State Law Library)

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