2005 Minnesota Statutes - 181.53 — Conditions precedent to employment not required.


181.53 Conditions precedent to employment not required.
No person, whether acting directly or through an agent, or as the agent or employee of another, shall require as a condition precedent to employment any written statement as to the participation of the applicant in a strike, or as to a personal record, save as to conviction of a public offense, for more than one year immediately preceding the date of application therefor; nor shall any person, acting in any of the aforesaid capacities, use or require blanks or forms of application for employment in contravention of this section.
HIST: (4202) RL s 1823; 1986 c 444

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