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City of Bloomington


Just Deeds project registration


If your property is determined to have a discriminatory covenant, a volunteer lawyer will work with you to retrieve a copy of the covenant, draft the requisite discharge form which all property owners must sign, and file the discharge form against the property’s legal title.  

See and the Bloomington Just Deeds Toolkit for additional information about this project in Bloomington.


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Register for assistance discharging a discriminatory covenant

Property information
You can find a property's PID number using Hennepin County's property information search. 
Applicant 1
Is Applicant 1 named on the deed to the property?
Is there an additional applicant?
Please have additional owner(s) enter their applicant information below. All owners of a property, including spouses of registered owners, must sign this application and must agree to participate in the project.
Applicant 2
Is Applicant 2 named on the deed to the property?
Is there an additional applicant?
Applicant 3
Is Applicant 3 named on the deed to the property?
Is there an additional applicant?
Applicant 4
Is Applicant 4 named on the deed to the property?
Are there additional owners?

By typing anything into a signature box below, applicants acknowledge and agree to the following:

  • Each applicant is electronically signing this application.
  • Each electronic signature serves as that individual's legal signature.
  • The City and its employees are providing a limited service to the applicant as described herein.
  • The City and its employees are not providing legal representation to or for the applicant.
  • Participation in this program does not create an attorney-client relationship between any applicant and the City, or between any applicant and any City employee.

Please take notice that any data received by the City as the result of submitting this form will be classified as government data pursuant to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Minnesota Statutes Chapter 13. Under the Data Practices Act, some or all of this data is classified as public data, including your name, address, email address, phone number, and other personal information provided by you. Public data is available to anyone requesting it and consists of all data furnished via this Web form. Please be advised that the correspondence will be added to the public record. The purpose and intended use of the information collected through this form is to obtain public input and data in support of City activities and services. You have the right to refuse to submit this form. If you choose not to submit this form, you will need to contact the City by another means if you wish to provide the information collected by the form.

The City of Bloomington does not discriminate against or deny the benefits of its services, programs, or activities to a qualified person because of a disability. To make a request for a reasonable accommodation, ask for more information, or to file a complaint, contact the Community Outreach and Engagement Division, City of Bloomington, 1800 West Old Shakopee Road, Bloomington, MN 55431- 3027; 952-563-8733, MN Relay 711.