The district court shall have the authority at any time to issue a temporary restraining
order, grant a preliminary injunction, or take such other actions as the court deems
necessary to enjoin or prevent the commission of criminal activity on or in the immediate
vicinity of leased residential premises, or otherwise to protect the rights and interests
of all tenants and residents. A violation of any such duly issued order or preliminary relief shall subject the
violator to civil or criminal contempt.
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