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Minnesota Legal Forms represent a wide range of documents, templates, and applications Minnesota residents - individuals and companies alike - can fill out at their discretion to establish a contractual relationship or acquire rights and obligations in the eye of the law. Do you know the proper documentation to file when applying for a job vacancy? Are you in need of registering a vehicle and obtaining a new certificate of title after buying your car from another private citizen? Or maybe, you want to submit an annual tax return and claim deductions to receive a refund from the state? Our guide contains a non-exhaustive list of the latest State of Minnesota Legal Forms and instructions that will tell you how to complete them properly.

For a full list of free Minnesota Legal Forms please check out our library below. You can not only complete the documentation we provide but also learn about required attachments to this documentation and correct recipients of templates and forms.

Minnesota State Departments

  1. Administration Department
  2. Agriculture Department
  3. Commerce Department
  4. Corrections Department
  5. Department of Health
  6. Department of Human Rights
  7. Department of Human Services
  8. Department of Labor and Industry
  9. Department of Military Affairs
  10. Department of Natural Resources
  11. Department of Public Safety
  12. Department of Revenue
  13. Department of Transportation
  14. Department of Veteran Affairs
  15. Education Department
  16. Employment and Economic Development Department
  17. House Research Department

Minnesota State Courts

  1. Judicial Branch (all forms)
  2. Conciliation Court
  3. Court of Appeals
  4. District Courts
  5. Supreme Court
  6. Tax Court
  7. Workers' Compensation Court of Appeals
  8. United States District Court for the District of Minnesota

Minnesota State Agencies and Commissions

  1. Board of Accountancy
  2. Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board
  3. Management and Budget
  4. Office of Administrative Hearings
  5. Office of the Ombudsman for Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
  6. Pollution Control Agency
  7. Public Employees Retirement Association
  8. Secretary of State
  9. State Bar Association
  10. Office of the Minnesota Attorney General

Minnesota Legal Forms by County

  1. City of Medina Administration Department
  2. City of Barnum City Government
  3. City of Minneapolis Community Planning & Economic Development Department
  4. City of Minneapolis Community Planning and Economic Development Department
  5. Hennepin County County Government
  6. Kandiyohi County County Recorder
  7. City of Bloomington Environmental Health Division
  8. City of Bloomington Human Resources Department
  9. City of Winona Human Resources Department
  10. City of Marshall Human Resources Office

Whether you represent your own interests or try to find the most relevant documentation for the records of your entity, you will benefit from a variety of state-issued forms and customizable templates we offer. You need to draft certain documents and keep them in your records just in case any disagreements occur in the future - when you have your papers in orders, they serve as evidence and are recognized by courts and government authorities. Additionally, business owners, managers, human resources departments, financial departments, and other employees can use multiple statements, applications, and letters they send to the appropriate agencies to legitimize their intentions and create a public record.

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This form is used for registering students for the Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) program in Minnesota.

This form is used for requesting monthly transportation reimbursement for the Open Enrollment and Charter School Enrollment Programs in Minnesota.


This document is an application for the United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) in Minnesota. It is used to apply for a chance to participate in this prestigious program for high school students who are interested in government and public service.

This form is used for applying for special expenditures for court-placed non-Minnesota residents with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) in Minnesota.

This form is used for applying for special expenditure funds for students without Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) in Minnesota.

This Form is used for special expenditure application for special pupils with individualized education programs (IEPs) in Minnesota.

This document is used for Michigan and North Dakota residents who work in Minnesota to request a reciprocity exemption for income tax purposes.

This type of document is used for keeping track of estimated tax payments made to the state of Minnesota.

This document is a report that details the income and expenses of candidate committees and their main campaign committees in the state of Minnesota. It provides a comprehensive overview of how campaign funds have been received and spent.

This document allows CPA firms in Minnesota to renew their permit after the deadline has passed. It provides a process for late renewal.

This document provides instructions for understanding and responding to a Valuation Notice in the state of Minnesota. It guides property owners on how to interpret the notice and how to take appropriate action, such as filing an appeal if necessary.

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