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Does the City Attorney's Office represent private citizens?
No. The City Attorney’s Office does not represent individuals in private legal matters. Attorneys in the Office represent the City’s elected officials and staff, City departments, and the City’s independent boards and commissions.

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1. Does the City Attorney's Office represent private citizens?
2. What is the difference between the Saint Paul City Attorney’s Office and the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office?
3. What is the Civil Litigation Division?
4. What kind of lawsuits does the Civil Litigation Division handle?
5. How can I follow the progress of a lawsuit the city is involved in?
6. Is the Saint Paul City Attorney's Office able to give me legal advice?
7. Will you answer simple legal questions and/or explain the law as it relates to a particular issue?
8. Who accepts Service of Process on the City?
9. Does the City Attorney's Office represent private citizens?
10. How do I complain about a consumer good that I purchased?
11. How do I sue the City?
12. How do I file a claim against the City?
13. How do I file a complaint against a Saint Paul Police Officer?
14. My car has been towed. Whom do I call?
15. I have a question about my liquor/taxi/tobacco license. Whom should I call?
16. I have a complaint about a City licensed business. Whom should I call?
17. My neighbor has a tree in his yard with the branches growing over my yard. Can I cut the branches?
18. My neighbor parks cars on his lawn. To whom can I report this?
19. My neighbor’s property is an eyesore because of rubbish, tall weeds or is in need of repair. Whom do I call to report this?
20. How can I obtain copies of the City Ordinances?
21. What information can I get from a police report?
22. Who accepts Service of Process on the City?
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