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Minnesota Statutes Cities, General Government (Ch. 415-418) § 415.17. Businesses that violate ordinances

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The governing body of a home rule charter or statutory city may order that a place of business be closed if it determines that the business conducted at that place was in violation of a city zoning or licensing ordinance at the time the business was established at that location.  The city must have in place a proper notification procedure and have followed the procedure prior to requesting the enforcement of this section.

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