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Information on Minnesota State Agencies, Boards, Task Forces, and Commissions
Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library
Also known as:
State Board of Abstractors (News from the office of the Governor Wendell R. Anderson, 19 March 1976)
Board of Examiners of Abstracters
Minnesota Board of Abstractors Examiners (Detroit Lakes Tribune 10 January 1972)
State Board of Abstract Examiners (News from the office of the Governor Wendell R. Anderson, 13 January 1972)
Minnesota Abstracters Board of Examiners (1957 Minn. Laws Chap. 871)
Board of Abstractors (State Register, 27 November 1978 State Register, 16 November 1981)
Function: Examines applicants, licenses abstracters, and handles complaints concerning Minnesota abstracters.
Name changed from Abstractors Board of Examiners to Board of Abstractors, 1975 Minn. Laws Chap. 271 Sec. 3 (22). Host department: Commerce. "The board is no longer in existence as of August 1993" (Source: Annual compilation and statistical report: membership on state councils, boards and commissions).
7 members (4 abstracters, 1 attorney, 2 public members); appointed by governor; 4-year terms; per diem plus expenses; members file with Ethical Practices Board.; Originally (1957): 5 members; 6-year terms; senate confirmation not required.
Found: Board of Abstracters (State Register, 3 November 1986, 11 S.R. 836)
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