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Minnesota protection Consumers Laws

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Minnesota Home Solicitation Sales Act also known as Three-Day Cooling-Off Law provides consumer protection from unlawful practices during purchase or sale of goods, telephone selling, renting of auditoriums or hotel accommodation, etc.

  • The Minnesota Protection Consumers Laws prescribes three days of grace for cancelling any contract over and above the value of $25.
  • The cancellation can be sought only in writing and the consumer is required to keep a copy of such cancellation letter.
  • However, the law does not apply to sales conducted at a normal place of business or a store or any car dealership but applies to purchases made through telephonic order, or conducted at motels or auditoriums.
  • The complaint letters are to be filed with Attorney General’s Office along with all proof and documents necessary for legal action against the merchant.

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