(a) Civil actions to enjoin violations of this chapter may be prosecuted in circuit
court by the attorney general, the office of consumer protection, any county prosecuting
attorney, or any person acting in the person's own interest, or in the interest of
the members of a corporation or association, or in the interest of the general public.
(b) Any seller of print multiples who violates section 481F-7(a) may be liable for a civil penalty of not less than $500 nor more than $2,500 for
each violation, or any seller of print multiples who violates section 481F-7(b) may be liable for a civil penalty of not less than $500 nor more than $10,000 for
each violation, which may be recovered in a civil action prosecuted by the attorney
general, the office of consumer protection, or any county prosecuting attorney.
(c) In civil actions brought under this section by the attorney general, the office
of consumer protection, or any county prosecuting attorney, the court may include
in its orders or judgments such provisions as may be necessary to effect restitution
in accordance with section 487-14.
(d) Any action to enforce a cause of action arising under this chapter shall be barred
unless commenced within one year after discovery of the violation upon which it is
based and in no event more than three years after the print was sold.
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