With respect to an action brought to enjoin violations of this code under section 5-6-111 or unconscionable agreements or fraudulent or unconscionable conduct under section 5-6-112, the administrator may apply to the court for a temporary restraining order or a
preliminary injunction against a respondent pending final determination of proceedings. If the court finds after a hearing that there is reasonable cause to believe that
the respondent is engaging in or is likely to engage in conduct sought to be restrained,
it may grant any such temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction it deems
appropriate. The court may also issue such orders or judgments as may be necessary to completely
compensate or restore to his or her original position any consumer affected by such
violation, agreement, or conduct or if there is reasonable cause to believe funds
to make refunds of excess charges under this code will not be available at a future
date. No bond or other security is required of the administrator before relief under this
section may be granted.
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