After more than a year with a moratorium on almost all evictions, Minnesota’s eviction moratorium is ending. The end does not mean that evictions can go ahead as they did before right away, over the next several months there is a transition period, called an ‘off ramp’ by the state government. During this transition, almost all evictions for issues other than rent can go ahead. For non-payment of rent, there are additional notice requirements, and tenants can delay evictions if they are in the process of applying for assistance from the state in paying their back rent. If you are a landlord looking to file an eviction, or a tenant looking to defend an eviction, or trying to prevent one from getting filed, you need to know the rules during this transition.
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