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Section 4737.11 | Enforcement.


Whenever the prosecuting attorney of any county, the chief legal officer of any municipality, or the attorney general is of the opinion that a junk yard is being operated or maintained in violation of any of the provisions of sections 4737.05 to 4737.12, inclusive, of the Revised Code, he may apply, in the name of the state, to a court of competent jurisdiction, alleging the violation complained of and praying for an injunction or other proper relief. In such a case the court may order such junk yard abated as a nuisance or make such other order as may be proper. An action brought under this section shall not be deemed to be a bar to a prosecution under section 4737.99 of the Revised Code.

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