2009 New Jersey Code
Section 34:13B
34:13B-26 - Injunctive relief;  declaratory or other relief

34:13B-26.  Injunctive relief;  declaratory or other relief
    Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law to the contrary:

    The commissioner, director or other chief administrative officer of any department or agency of the Government of the State of New Jersey through which  the power and authority of the Governor in the use and operation of the plant,  equipment or facility of any public utility is exercised pursuant to the  provisions of section thirteen of chapter thirty-eight of the laws of one thousand nine hundred and forty-six, or the Attorney-General, may institute an action in the Superior Court in the name of this State, on the relation of said  commissioner, director or other chief administrative officer, or Attorney-General, as the case may be, for injunctive relief to prohibit any violation of any of the provisions of this act, or of any provision of any act which this act supplements or amends, or for any declaratory and other relief. The court shall have power and authority to grant such relief and make or render such orders and judgments as it shall determine to be equitable and just  in the premises.

     L.1947, c. 75, p. 452, s. 11.  Amended by L.1953, c. 33, p. 594, s. 48.

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