Any violation of any provision of this division or regulation adopted pursuant thereto
may be enjoined in a civil action brought by the Attorney General in the name of the
people of the State of California, upon request of the department, except that it
shall not be necessary to show lack of adequate remedy at law or to show irreparable
damage or loss.
The department may not submit a request for civil action and the Attorney General
may not bring action pursuant to this section unless the person charged with a violation
of this division or regulation adopted pursuant thereto fails to take corrective action
after being notified of the violation by the department, in writing, on at least two
occasions over a 60-day period. Prior to the submission of the department's request for civil action, the person
charged shall receive, at his or her request, a departmental hearing on the matter
and the department's request for civil action shall be forwarded by the department
to, and approved by, the Commissioner of the California Highway Patrol.
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