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Prevents? No. Even the poorest of Families need to provide proof of income. For reasons below. When dealing with Residential Screening: If the Property Requires it you would need to Provide your Social. Most of the process is checking background. Which includes your Credit and Criminal Background. Low Credit would require a proof of income. As well as ...


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As a general principle (not specifically in Minnesota), I would not expect city inspections to be involved here. This is a straightforward contract dispute. You are paying money, and the landlord is failing to honour their side of the contract by maintaining the lawn. The normal way to resolve contract disputes is first by negotiation and if that fails, ...


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