Did you know that a number of Minnesota statutes address the assistive technology rights of Minnesota citizens? To learn more, explore the statutes listed below by topic.
The statute sections below protect the rights of citizens who purchase defective assistive technology.
Express Warranties - Minnesota Statute, section 325G.204 Express Warranties
Assistive Device Replacement or Refund - Minnesota Statute, section 325G.205 Assistive Device Replacement or Refund
Nonconformity Disclosure Requirement - Minnesota Statute, section 325G.206 Nonconformity Disclosure Requirement
Other Remedies - Minnesota Statute, section 325G.207 Other Remedies
Manufacturer's Duty to Provide Reimbursement for Temporary Replacement of Assistive Devices Penalties - Minnesota Statute, section 325G.208 Manufacturer's Duty
The statute sections below address the rights of school districts and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development to purchase assistive technology used by students.
Purchasing Guidelines - Minnesota Statute, section 125A.58 Purchasing Guidelines
Statute 16E.03 addresses accessibility standards applicable to state technology, software, and hardware procurement, with the exception of infrastructure hardware.
The following statute section addresses testing requirements of voting systems prior to election day.