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An owner may appeal his/her assessment to the district court pursuant to Minn. Stat. 429.081, by serving notice of the appeal upon the mayor or city clerk within 30 days after the adoption of the assessment and filing such notice with the district court within ten days after service upon the mayor or city clerk.


How many days does the owner have to appeal his/her assessment to the district court?

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The city of Albert Lea sent me the notice above..

I served notice of the appeal upon the mayor or city clerk within 30 days after the adoption of the assessment and filed such notice with the district court within ten days after service upon the mayor or city clerk.

I was screwed by the city of Albert Lea for filing the notice of the appeal in district after 35 days at a cost of $318.00 and found out later that I only had 30 days to appeal to the district court. I would have filed within 30 days had I known.

I had to have the case dismissed..

Nothing but a bunch of lying Crooks running this town!! All they had to say is that I only have 30 days. Period..
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Based on the way some backwoods knuckle-dragging monkey wrote the letter sent to you I would and did say 40 days total.  

But the caveat is the common foundation of Ignorantia juris non excusat, rather ignorance of the law is no excuse.  The state statute number was provided to you in the letter and is much clearer in the time limits placed on you filing an appeal.
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Minn. Statute 466.03 allows the City of Albert Lea to lie, cheat and steal because they are completely protected with immunity when it comes to assessments and have full immunity when falsifying State Statutes so they can cheat and steal property from the people.

https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statute...466.03
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I wrote this version of Minn Stat. 429.081...

Any person aggrieved, who is not precluded by failure to object prior to or at the assessment hearing, or whose failure to so object is due to a reasonable cause, may appeal his/her assessment to the district court by serving notice of the appeal upon the Mayor or City Clerk and filing such notice with the district court within 10 days of service upon the Mayor or City Clerk and within 30 days after the adoption of the assessment.

Why would the City of Albert Lea choose to act in a fraudulent way rather than to give a simple explanation of the state law?  :crazy:
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