(a) A county or city attorney or the attorney general may sue to enjoin a public nuisance
under sections 617.91 to 617.97.
(b) A person who continuously or regularly engages in gang activity as a member of
a criminal gang may be made a defendant in a suit.
(c) If the public nuisance involves the use of a place as provided in section 617.92, subdivision 2, the owner or a person who is responsible for maintaining the place on behalf of
the owner may be made a defendant in the suit pursuant to the procedures applicable
to owners under sections 617.81 to 617.87.
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