A provider shall not enter into a contract that requires or permits the payment of an entrance fee in consideration for a promise to provide continuing care in the facility, if the facility is or will be located in this state, or if the provider or a person acting on the provider's behalf solicits the contract within this state and the person to be provided with continuing care under the contract resides within this state at the time of the solicitation, unless the provider has filed in the office of the county recorder of the county in which the facility is or will be located, a current disclosure statement which meets the requirements of section 80D.04, a verified statement of the escrow agent to the effect that the escrow required by section 80D.05 or 80D.06 has been established, and a filing fee in the amount of $100 has been paid.
A contract to provide continuing care is solicited in this state if, during the 12-month period preceding the date the contract is signed or accepted by either party, information concerning the facility or availability of the contract is given:
(a) by personal, telephone or mail contact or other communication directed to and received by a person at a location in this state; or
(b) in a paid advertisement published or broadcast from within this state other than in a periodical more than two-thirds of the circulation of which is outside this state.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes