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 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 […]