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New Jersey Statutes Title 17B. Insurance 17B § 23-10

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Whenever it shall appear to the commissioner that any insurer, or any employee, agent, promotional medium, or other representative thereof, has violated, is violating, or is about to violate the provisions of this act, the Attorney General, upon the request of the commissioner, shall institute a civil action in the Superior Court for injunctive relief and for such other relief as may be appropriate under the circumstances.  Process in such action may be served in accordance with the provisions of chapter 33 of this Title or as provided in the laws of this State and the rules of the Superior Court.  Such action may proceed in a summary manner or otherwise.  Nothing contained in this section shall limit or abridge the right to serve any process, notice or demand upon any person or insurer in any other manner now or hereafter deemed lawful.

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