Sec. 13108. (1) Pursuant to section 2235, 1 the department shall authorize a local health department to enforce this part and
any rules promulgated under this part. A local health department authorized to enforce this part and any rules promulgated
under this part shall enforce this part and any rules promulgated under this part
pursuant to sections 2461(2) and 2462. 2 In addition to the penalties and remedies under this part, a local health department
may enforce this part and any rules promulgated under this part through an action
commenced pursuant to section 2465 or any other appropriate action authorized by law.
(2) If a local health department of a county or city under part 24 3 is unable or unwilling to perform the functions required in this section and the
county or city is not part of a district that has created a district health department
pursuant to section 2415, 4 the county or city, through an intergovernmental agreement, may contract with another
local governing entity to have that entity's local health department perform the functions
required in this section. The contracting parties under this subsection shall obtain the department's approval
before execution of the intergovernmental agreement.
(3) Pursuant to section 2444, 5 a local governing entity of a local health department authorized to enforce this
part under this section may fix and require the payment of fees by applicants and
licensees for services required to be performed by the local health department under
(4) A local health department shall use as guidance in enforcing this part any safety standards or other requirements issued by the department applicable to body art facilities.
(5) In addition to any other enforcement action authorized by law, a person alleging
a violation of this part may bring a civil action in a court of competent jurisdiction
for appropriate injunctive relief.
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