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California Code, Corporations Code - CORP § 31302.5

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(a) Any person who violates Section 31220 may be sued in the superior court in the county in which the defendant resides or where a franchise affected by the violation does business, for temporary and permanent injunctive relief and for damages, if any, and the costs of suit, including reasonable attorneys' fees. A plaintiff shall not be required to allege or prove that actual damages have been suffered in order to obtain injunctive relief.

(b) No action shall be maintained to enforce any liability created under Section 31220 unless brought before the expiration of two years after the violation upon which it is based or the expiration of one year after the discovery by the plaintiff of the facts constituting such violation, whichever occurs first.

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