2017 Arkansas Code
Title 4 - Business and Commercial Law
Subtitle 6 - Business Practices
Chapter 72 - Franchises
Subchapter 2 - Arkansas Franchise Practices Act
§ 4-72-208. Franchisee's remedies
- (a) Any franchisee who is harmed by a violation or violations of § 4-72-207 shall be entitled to recover treble damages in a civil action and, where appropriate, obtain injunctive relief in addition to reasonable attorney's fees and costs of litigation.
- (b) Any franchisee who is harmed by a violation of any other section of this subchapter shall be entitled to recover actual damages in a civil action and, where appropriate, obtain injunctive relief in addition to reasonable attorney's fees and costs of litigation.
- (c) In addition to the other remedies provided for in this subchapter, the Attorney General shall have authority to file a petition in the circuit court of the county in which the State Capitol is located, seeking an injunction prohibiting any person, firm, corporation, partnership, or other entity from engaging in any of the practices prohibited by this subchapter. However, nothing shall prohibit the Securities Commissioner from taking appropriate action whenever a franchise constitutes a security under the Arkansas Securities Act, § 23-42-101 et seq.
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