(a) Except where judicial review is otherwise expressly provided for herein, in the
event that the Commission, by action or inaction, shall fail to comply with this subchapter,
the exclusive remedy for any aggrieved person shall be to file, within 30 days of
the act or failure to act complained of, a complaint in the Court of Chancery. In such proceedings, the jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery shall be limited
to determining whether or not the Commission has complied with this subchapter, and,
upon a finding that the Commission has not complied with the subchapter, to entering
such order, including one for the payment of damages, as it deems appropriate.
(b) Except where a franchise is to be terminated, where the procedures of § 606 of this title apply, whenever any person shall fail to comply with this subchapter,
or with any order or directive of the Commission made in compliance with this subchapter,
the Commission may file a complaint in the Court of Chancery seeking such relief as
is appropriate to compel compliance.
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