Red Wing’s Rental Inspection Code case makes the list.
Lawsuits of the Year 2009 :: Minnesota Law & Politics.
Filed under Accountability, Rental Code
Yuma Arizona, the Institute for Justice helped these folks also from the same violation of civil liberties. Since the Yuma council has re-written its ordinance. In Az court it was found to be, “The right to exclude unwanted government officials from one’s home is a fundamental American birthright guaranteed by the U.S. and Arizona constitutions.” Basis for their rental code was to protect the health and safety of those who rent their homes. What is the basis for ours I wonder? Preventing inefficient rentals, more taxation through fees or power of control? Good article here.
I’m probably posting this under an incorrect article. Sorry if so. While reading the RE 2010 Editorial:~~~~ We’ll keep the watch~~~~
they leave no comment section there. This is an excellent article with a true commitment to the the public. I just thought this was worthy of comment. Excellent!!!
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Kent D. Laugen is an attorney practicing in Red Wing, MN. He can be reached at 651-388-0476.