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Minnesota Statutes Judiciary (Ch. 480-494) § 480.06. Decisions

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In all cases decided by the court, it shall give its decision in writing, and file the same with the clerk, together with headnotes, briefly stating the points decided.  A copy of such headnotes shall be furnished by the clerk, without charge, to such proprietors of daily newspapers as may desire them for free publication.  Decisions may be rendered and judgments entered thereon in vacation as well as in term.

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