Minnesota State Law Library
Legal Topics: Three-Day Rule for Purchases
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Minnesota Statutes §§325G.06 to 325G.11 contain a three-business-day cooling-off period that applies to home
solicitation sales. Definitions can be found in §325G.06 and the right to
cancel is in §325G.07.
Minnesota Statutes index topic Sales.
The Office of the Minnesota Attorney General Consumer Protection Division takes complaints on a variety of consumer concerns. Their Car Laws page contains the following language: "Did you know that there is no three day "cooling-off" law when you buy a car? Once you sign the contract, the car is yours. You can't return the vehicle if you decide that you don't want it or can't afford it."
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Minnesota State Law Library: Legal Topics: Three-Day Rule for Purchases
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