MCL - Section 55.305

Act 238 of 2003

55.305 Injunction or restraining order.

Sec. 45.

    (1) Whenever it appears to the secretary that a person has engaged or is about to engage in an act or practice that constitutes or will constitute a violation of this act, a rule promulgated under this act, or an order issued under this act, the attorney general may petition a circuit court for injunctive relief. Upon a proper showing, a circuit court may issue a permanent or temporary injunction or restraining order to enforce the provisions of this act. A party to the action has the right to appeal within 60 days from the date the order or judgment of the court was issued.
    (2) The court may order a person subject to an injunction or restraining order provided for in this section to reimburse the secretary for the actual expenses incurred in the investigation related to the petition. The secretary shall refund any amount received as reimbursement should the injunction or restraining order later be dissolved by an appellate court.

History: 2003, Act 238, Eff. Apr. 1, 2004