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  192.490.  Violation of law or regulation, misdemeanor — injunctive relief. — 1.  Any person who violates any of the provisions of, or fails to perform any duty imposed by, sections 192.400 to 192.490, or who violates any rule or regulation of the department of health and senior services promulgated pursuant to sections 192.400 to 192.490, is guilty of a misdemeanor and, in addition, may be enjoined in a civil action by a court of competent jurisdiction from continuing the violation.

  2.  Each day upon which the violation occurs constitutes a separate violation.

  3.  The attorney general, on request of the department of health and senior services, shall bring an action for injunctive relief to prevent the violation of the provisions of sections 192.400 to 192.490 or rules or regulations promulgated under these sections.


(L. 1963 p. 359 § 10)

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