2013 Kentucky Revised Statutes
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367.290 Failure to obey subpoena or investigative demand of Attorney
General -- Revocation of corporate charter -- Revocation of licenses.
If any person fails or refuses to file any statement or report, or to obey any
subpoena or investigative demand issued by the Attorney General, the
Attorney General may, after notice, apply to a Circuit Court and, after hearing
thereon, request an order:
(a) Granting injunctive relief to restrain the person from engaging in the
advertising or sale of any merchandise or the conduct of any trade or
commerce that is involved in the alleged or suspected violation; and
(b) Vacating, annulling, or suspending the corporate charter of a corporation
created by or under the laws of this Commonwealth or revoking or
suspending the certificate of authority to do business in this
Commonwealth of a foreign corporation or revoking or suspending any
other licenses, permits or certificates issued pursuant to law to such
person which are used to further the allegedly unlawful practice; and
(c) Granting such other relief as may be required, until the person files the
statement or report, or obeys the subpoena or investigative demand.
Prior to issuance of any final order the person charged with failing to answer
the investigative demand or subpoena pursuant to KRS 367.240 or 367.250
shall be afforded an opportunity for a hearing on the merits of the demand or
subpoena. Any disobedience of any final order entered under this section by
any court shall be punished as a contempt thereof.
History: Created 1972 Ky. Acts ch. 4, sec. 19.
CHAPTER 367 - CONSUMER PROTECTION
367.290 Failure to obey subpoena or investigative demand of Attorney General -- Revocation of corporate charter -- Revocation of licenses.
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