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Section 4781.12 | Injunctions.


(A) The division of industrial compliance may apply to an appropriate court to enjoin any violation of this chapter or the rules adopted pursuant to it. The court shall grant any appropriate relief, including an injunction, restraining order, or any combination thereof, upon a showing that a person has violated or is about to violate this chapter or a rule adopted pursuant to it.

(B) The prosecuting attorney of a county, a city director of law, or the attorney general may, upon the complaint of the division, prosecute to termination or bring an action for injunction against any person violating this chapter or the rules adopted pursuant to it.

(C) Any other party adversely affected by an order of the division may appeal the order to the court of common pleas of the county in which the party adversely affected is a resident or has a place of business, except that if that party is not a resident of this state and has no place of business in this state, the party shall appeal to the court of common pleas in Franklin county.

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