Section 870-X-5-.07 - Proceedings To Enjoin Or Restrain Violations Of The Act (Alabama Administrative Code)

§ 870-X-5-.07. Proceedings To Enjoin Or Restrain Violations Of The Act

(1) The Board, the attorney general, or the local district attorney may apply for an order enjoining or restraining the commission or continuance of unlawful acts.

(2) Application for restraining orders and injunctions shall be made to the circuit court of the county in which a violation of the act is alleged to have occurred.

(3) The circuit court shall then have jurisdiction over the proceedings and may grant such temporary or permanent injunction or restraining order, without bond.

(4) This remedy is in addition to and independent of any other remedies available for the enforcement of the act (§ 34-28A-5).

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(Filed September 20, 1982.)

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, §§ 34-28A-1, et seq.

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