2015 Tennessee Code
Title 71 - Welfare
Chapter 6 - Programs and Services for Abused Persons
Part 1 - Adult Protection
§ 71-6-104 - Remedies -- Injunctive relief.
(a) Any court with jurisdiction under this part may upon proper application by the department issue a temporary restraining order or other injunctive relief to prohibit any violation of this part, regardless of the existence of any other remedy at law.
(b) The court may enjoin from providing care for any person, on a temporary or permanent basis, any employee or volunteer, who the court finds has engaged in the abuse, neglect or exploitation of an adult as defined in this part, in any situation involving the care of such adult by such employee or volunteer, whether such actions occurred in an institutional setting, in any type of group home or foster care arrangement serving adults, and regardless of whether such person, facility or arrangement serving adults is licensed to provide care for adults.
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