(1) The commissioner may bring an action, through the attorney general, to enjoin
the threatened violation or continued violation of the provisions of this article
49 or of any of the rules promulgated pursuant to this article 49, in the district
court for the county in which the violation occurred or is about to occur. Any proceeding under the provisions of this section shall be subject to the Colorado
rules of civil procedure; except that the commissioner shall not be required to allege
facts necessary to show or tending to show the lack of an adequate remedy at law or
to show or tending to show irreparable damage or loss. The court may award the attorney general all costs incurred in bringing any action
under this section.
(2) Upon application by the commissioner, the attorney general or the district attorney
of any judicial district in this state shall institute and prosecute an action for
the criminal violation of any provision of this article 49.
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