MN Civil Procedure

Service of Process | MN Civil Procedure MN Civil procedure rule 4 pertains to service of process on an (a.) individual (b.) partnerships and associations (c.) a corporation (d.) the state (e.) public corporations. 4.03 Personal Service of Civil Process Civil procedure requirements of a summons, subpoena or any other court proceeding to be served […]

State by State Recording Laws

This guide provides a quick reference to the specific provisions of each jurisdiction’s wiretap law. Article by MSI Detective Services It outlines whether one-party or all-party consent is required to permit recording of a conversation. In some instances, courts have provided further guidance on the law. State-by-State Recording Laws State-by-State Recording Laws This is only […]

Serve Eviction Notice Via Email

Michigan Landlords May Soon Serve Eviction Notices via Email National Association of Legal Support Professsionals Posted by Jeff Karotkin Friday, March 20, 2015 A Bill in the Michigan Legislature introduced earlier this year, if passed would allow landlords to give notice of an eviction via email if authorized by a written agreement. House Bill 4038 […]

Serving Minnesota Eviction Summons

Notice is Given: Strict Compliance Required for Serving Eviction Summons By Ryan Dreyer & Eric Nasstrom www.Morrisonsund.com. EVICTIONS What is the law? In Koski v. Johnson, the Minnesota Court of Appeals recently held that service of an eviction summons must strictly comply with Minn. Stat. § 504B.331(d)(2), overruling its prior holding in Times Square Shopping […]