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Last Updated: 8/2/2017

Due Process

​We must provide due process to you before taking any enforced collection action on a debt.

Due process begins when we send you a letter or bill with “demand to pay language,"  which explains:

We may enclose an Exemption Claim Form with your due process letter or bill. If you qualify under state law, you may submit the Exemption Claim Form to prevent certain actions to collect your debt. 
 

Due Process Requirements

State law requires us to send a due process letter or bill to your last known address. If the Postal Service returns it to us, we can still take enforced collection action. (See Minnesota Statute 270C.33, subdivision 8.)
 
For more details on due process requirements under Minnesota law, see: