2016 Arkansas Code
Title 5 - Criminal Offenses
Subtitle 6 - Offenses Against Public Health, Safety, or Welfare
Chapter 64 - Controlled Substances
Subchapter 8 - -- Sale of Drug Devices
§ 5-64-804. Injunction
(a) The prosecuting attorney or a citizen of the county or municipality where a common or public nuisance, as defined in § 5-64-803, is located may maintain a suit in the name of the state to abate and perpetually enjoin the common or public nuisance.
(b) A circuit court has jurisdiction over the suit.
(c) An injunction may be granted at the commencement of the suit and no bond is required if the action for injunction is brought by the prosecuting attorney.
(d) If the suit for injunction is brought or maintained by a citizen of the county or municipality where the common or public nuisance is alleged to be located, then the circuit court may require a bond as in any other case of injunction.
(e) On the finding that the material allegations of the complaint are true, the circuit court or judge of the circuit court in vacation shall order the injunction for such period of time as the circuit court or judge may think proper, with the right to dissolve the injunction upon the application of the owner of the place if a proper case is shown for the dissolution.
(f) The continuance of the injunction as provided in this section may be ordered, although the place complained of may not at the time of hearing be unlawfully used.
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