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Usually a spouse or trustee. This is important because all people on the property title must sign the documents to reject restrictive covenants.
If your property is determined to have a discriminatory covenant, a volunteer lawyer will work with you to retrieve a copy of the covenant, draft the requisite discharge form which all property owners must sign, and file the discharge form against the property’s legal title. For this work, the City is partnering with law firm Best & Flanagan, who contracts with the City for regular legal services.
The next two questions are used to determine whether there may be a conflict of interest present and alternative legal services are needed.
Data Practices Advisory
Some of the information requested on this form is private information under the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act. Under the Data Practices Act, some or all of this data is classified as public data, including your name, address, email address, phone number, and other personal information provided by you. Public data is available to anyone requesting it and consists of all data furnished via this Web form. We will use this information to help you find and remove restrictive covenants on your property and to communicate with you about your request and the Just Deeds project. We may provide this information to our partners in connection with your request, including other government entities, pro bono attorneys and title professionals. You are not required to provide this information, but if you do not provide your name, property address and at least one way to contact you, we will not be able to help find and remove covenants on your property.
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