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New York Consolidated Laws, Social Services Law - SOS § 391. Violation;  injunction

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Violations of any provision of this title may be prohibited by injunction.  Whenever the commissioner has reason to believe that any provision of this title is being violated, or is about to be violated, he may maintain and prosecute, in the name of the people of this state, an action in the supreme court for the purpose of obtaining an injunction restraining such violation.

Notwithstanding any limitation of the civil practice law and rules, such court may, on motion and affidavit, and upon proof that such violation is one which reasonably may result in injury to any person, whether or not such person is a party to such action, grant a preliminary injunction or interlocutory injunction upon such terms as may be just.  No security on the part of the people of this state shall be required.

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