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Three-Day Rule for Purchases

Statutes: (Additional statutes, regulations & opinions may apply to your specific situation.)

Resources:

  • The Office of the Minnesota Attorney General, Cooling-Off Periods (Contracts).
  • The Office of the Minnesota Attorney General, Consumer Complaints. The Consumer Protection Division takes  on a variety of consumer concerns. Their Minnesota 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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