Maine Revised Statutes

§566. Injunctions

In addition to any other remedy set forth in this chapter for the enforcement of this chapter or any rule, regulation, order or decision of the Commissioner of Public Safety, the Superior Court shall have jurisdiction upon complaint filed by the commissioner, or any person duly authorized to act for the commissioner, to restrain or enjoin any person or organization from operating any type of motor vehicle racing or doing any act prohibited by this chapter or prohibited by any rule or regulation of the commissioner. If it is established upon hearing that the person or organization, or the officers, agents, servants or employees of such person or organization, charged has been or is operating any type of motor vehicle racing in violation of any rule, regulation, order or decision of the commissioner, the court shall enter a decree enjoining said person or organization and the officers, agents, servants and employees of said person or organization and any other person from further operation of such motor vehicle racing. In case of violation of any injunction issued under this section, the court shall summarily try and punish the person for contempt of court. The existence of other civil or criminal remedies shall be no defense to this proceeding. The commissioner or his authorized agent shall not be required to give or post a bond when making an application for an injunction under this section. [1973, c. 662, §2 (NEW).]

SECTION HISTORY
1973, c. 662, §2 (NEW).

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