2012 Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes
Chapter 83 - Particular Rights and Immunities
Section 8320 - Commemorative service demonstration action

§ 8320.  Commemorative service demonstration action.

(a)  Civil action.--In addition to any other right of action and any other remedy provided by law, an individual aggrieved by the offense defined in 18 Pa.C.S. § 7517 (relating to commemorative service demonstration activities) may bring a civil action in any court of competent jurisdiction to obtain appropriate relief.

(b)  General relief.--In a civil action brought under this section, the aggrieved individual may recover general and special damages, including damages for emotional distress, punitive damages, reasonable attorney fees and other costs associated with the litigation, and such other relief that the court deems necessary and proper.

(c)  Injunctive relief.--Upon a showing of cause for the issuance of injunctive relief, a court may issue temporary restraining orders, preliminary injunctions and permanent injunctions as may be appropriate under this section. During any period that an action under this section is pending, a court may order the cessation of the activity forming the basis of the complaint.

(June 30, 2006, P.L.288, No.63, eff. 60 days)


2006 Amendment.  Act 63 added section 8320.

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