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When a lawful use of property under a conditional-use permit later becomes a nonconforming use, the permit does not expire and the property must remain in compliance with the permit conditions in order to be a lawful nonconforming use under Minnesota law.

Court: Nonconforming uses governed by prior permits

When a lawful use of property under a conditional-use permit later becomes a nonconforming use, the permit does not expire and the property must remain in compliance with the permit conditions in order to be a lawful nonconforming use under Minnesota law.

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