2010 Michigan Compiled Laws
PUBLIC SAFETY SOLICITATION ACT (EXCERPT)
Chapter 14 - ATTORNEY GENERAL
Act 298 of 1992 - PUBLIC SAFETY SOLICITATION ACT (14.301 - 14.327)
Section 14.319 - Compliance with terms of notice; prohibited conduct; civil penalty; order to enforce compliance; enjoining person from soliciting contributions.
Act 298 of 1992
14.319 Compliance with terms of notice; prohibited conduct; civil penalty; order to enforce compliance; enjoining person from soliciting contributions.
(1) A person upon whom a notice is served pursuant to section 18 shall comply with the terms of the notice unless otherwise provided by order of the court.
(2) A person who does any of the following shall be assessed a civil penalty of not more than $5,000.00:
(a) Knowingly without good cause fails to appear when served with a notice.
(b) Knowingly avoids, evades, or prevents compliance, in whole or in part, with an investigation, including the removal from any place, concealment, destruction, mutilation, alteration, or falsification of documentary material in the possession, custody, or control of a person subject to the notice.
(c) Knowingly conceals relevant information.
(3) The attorney general may file a petition in the circuit court of the county in which the person is established or solicits contributions or, if the person is not established in this state, in the circuit court of Ingham county for an order to enforce compliance with a subpoena or this section. A violation of a final order entered pursuant to this section may be punished as civil contempt.
(4) Upon the petition of the attorney general, the circuit court may enjoin a person from soliciting contributions in this state if the person persistently and knowingly evades or prevents compliance with an injunction issued pursuant to this act.
History: 1992, Act 298, Imd. Eff. Dec. 18, 1992
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