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Minnesota law question..


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I found this diggin through my states laws..


8) refuse to return any claim or claims and all valuable papers deposited with a claim or claims upon written request of the creditor, claimant or forwarder after tender of the amounts due and owing to the agency within 30 days after the request; refuse or intentionally fail to account to its clients for all money collected within 30 days from the last day of the month in which the same is collected; or, refuse or fail to furnish at intervals of not less than 90 days upon written request of the claimant or forwarder, a written report upon claims received from the claimant or forwarder;

Does this mean they are required by minnesota state law to reply to a DV? It looks like the line is more for the OC than the debtor.


No registration shall be accepted for, and no license shall be issued to, any person, firm, corporation or association who or which, or any of the officers of which have, within the past five years, been convicted in any court of fraud or any felony or have been convicted of or had judgment entered against them in any court for failure to account to a client or customer for money

or property collected by them for the client or customer. No registration shall be accepted for, and no license shall be issued to, any attorney whose license to practice law has been suspended or revoked, for a period of five years after the date of such suspension or revocation.

Has LVNV or Arrow been busted for any of the above? I'd love to know if their license can be revoked/canceled.

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