2010 Maryland Code
COMMERCIAL LAW
TITLE 13 - CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
Subtitle 4 - Enforcement and Penalties
Section 13-406 - Injunction.

§ 13-406. Injunction.
 

(a)  Attorney General may seek injunction.- The Attorney General may seek an injunction to prohibit a person who has engaged or is engaging in a violation of this title from continuing or engaging in the violation. 

(b)  Notice of relief sought.- The Attorney General shall serve notice of the general relief sought on the alleged violator at least seven days before the action for an injunction is filed. 

(c)  Order of court.- The court may enter any order of judgment necessary to: 

(1) Prevent the use by a person of any prohibited practice; 

(2) Restore to a person any money or real or personal property acquired from him by means of any prohibited practice; or 

(3) Appoint a receiver in case of willful violation of this title. 
 

[An. Code 1957, art. 83, § 22; 1975, ch. 49, § 3.] 
 

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