(1) The Attorney General may enforce the provisions of KRS 365.490 to 365.510 and 365.993 by civil action for injunctive relief in any court of competent jurisdiction. In such action to obtain said injunction it shall be sufficient to allege and prove
that a violation of KRS 365.490 to 365.510 and 365.993 has occurred, and it shall not be necessary to allege or prove that any person has
been misled or deceived by said advertisement, claim or implication or that any person
has been damaged or sustained any loss as a result of any violation of KRS 365.490 to 365.510 and 365.993.
(2) When KRS 365.490 to 365.510 and 365.993 are enforced by the Attorney General through civil action, he may ask for and the
court may assess a civil penalty for the benefit of the Commonwealth, not to exceed
the sum of $2,000, said civil penalty to be in lieu of all penalties set forth in
(3) Nothing contained herein shall prevent any person who is threatened with loss
or who has been damaged by reason of a violation of KRS 365.490 to 365.510 and 365.993, to sue for injunctive relief to prevent damages, or to recover damages sustained
as a result of said violation. In order to obtain injunctive relief, it shall not be necessary to allege or prove
that an adequate remedy at law does not exist.
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