(a) If the board has reason to believe, through receipt of a complaint or otherwise,
that a violation of this chapter or a rule, order, or decision of the board has occurred
or is likely to occur, the board shall conduct an investigation unless it determines
that the complaint is frivolous or for the purpose of harassment.
(b) If the investigation establishes that a violation of this chapter or a rule, order,
or decision of the board has occurred or is likely to occur, the board shall initiate
proceedings as it determines appropriate to enforce this chapter or its rules, orders,
(c) The board may not file a complaint alleging a violation of this chapter or a board
rule relating to advertising until the board has notified the license holder involved
of the alleged violation and given the license holder an opportunity to cure the violation
without further proceedings or liability.
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