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A landlord is threatening to seek a judgment to recover alleged

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A landlord is threatening to seek a judgment to recover alleged extensive clean-up costs after a tenant moved out. What is the statute of limitations in Minnesota for a landlord to file such a claim?

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In general, since damages to a rental property are based on a contract a landlord could seek to recover damages for up to six years.

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