Texas Occupations Code - Section 1703.401. Injunction
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Section: 1703.305 1703.306 1703.351 1703.352 1703.353 1703.354 1703.355 1703.401 1703.402 1703.403 1704.001 1704.002 1704.051 1704.052 1704.053
§ 1703.401. INJUNCTION. (a) If a person violates this
chapter, the board's secretary, on direction of a majority of the
board and through the attorney general, shall apply in the state's
name in district court for an order to enjoin the violation of or to
enforce compliance with this chapter.
(b) On a finding by a district court in which a verified
petition is filed that a person has violated this chapter, the court
may issue, without notice or bond, a temporary injunction enjoining
a continued violation of this chapter. If it is established at a
hearing on the matter that the person has violated or is violating
this chapter, the court may issue a permanent injunction to enjoin
the violation of or to enforce compliance with this chapter.
(c) A proceeding under this section is in addition to any
other remedy or penalty provided by this chapter.
Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 388, § 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1999.
Last modified: August 11, 2007