A. Any violation of § 58.1-1033 or § 58.1-1034 shall constitute a prohibited practice as provided in § 59.1-200, and, in addition to any remedies or penalties set forth in this chapter, shall be
subject to any remedies or penalties available for a violation of that section.
B. Any person who commits any of the acts prohibited by § 58.1-1033, either knowingly or having reason to know he is doing so, or who fails to comply
with any of the requirements of § 58.1-1034, shall be guilty of a Class 5 felony.
C. In addition to any other remedy provided by law, any person may bring an action
for appropriate injunctive or other equitable relief for a violation of this chapter,
for actual damages, if any, sustained by reason of the violation, and, as determined
by the court, interest on the damages from the date of the complaint, and taxable
costs. If the court finds that the violation was willful, it may increase damages to an
amount not exceeding three times the actual damages sustained by reason of the violation.
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