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Minnesota Contractor Theft Law

  • Contractors who don’t use payments received from customers on real property construction projects, resulting in subcontractors not being paid, expose themselves to criminal and civil liability under Minnesota’s contractor theft statute (§ 514.02, Minn. Stat.). Those who violate the statute face can face criminal prosecution for theft of proceeds pursuant to section 609.52, Minn. Stat. Not only can violation of the statute result in monetary penalty, it can also result in imprisonment, though this more extreme enforcement option is rarely implemented by county prosecutors.

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