2018 Code of Virginia
Title 6.2 - Financial Institutions and Services
Chapter 20 - Agencies Providing Debt Management Plans
§ 6.2-2024. Authority of Attorney General; referral by Commission to Attorney General

Universal Citation: VA Code § 6.2-2024 (2018)

A. If the Commission determines that a person is in violation, or has violated, any provision of this chapter, the Commission may refer the information to the Attorney General and may request that the Attorney General investigate such violations. In the case of such referral, the Attorney General is hereby authorized to seek to enjoin violations of this chapter. The circuit court having jurisdiction may enjoin such violations notwithstanding the existence of an adequate remedy at law.

B. Upon such referral by the Commission, the Attorney General may also seek, and the circuit court may order or decree, damages and such other relief allowed by law, including restitution to the extent available to borrowers under applicable law. Persons entitled to any relief as authorized by this section shall be identified by order of the court within 180 days from the date of the order permanently enjoining the unlawful act or practice.

C. In any action brought by the Attorney General by virtue of the authority granted in this provision, the Attorney General shall be entitled to seek reasonable attorney fees and costs.

2004, c. 790, ยง 6.1-363.25; 2010, c. 794.

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