This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Minnesota according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A Minnesota eviction notice can only be given by a property owner if they have a legally sufficient cause as defined by Minnesota law. The most commonly listed legal causes include failure to pay rent and violating the rental or lease agreement. If a Minnesota eviction notice is issued for failure to pay rent, it must also include a 14-day notice. A Minnesota eviction notice can be used in month-to-month tenancy agreements.