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A. The board may petition the superior court for an order to enjoin the following:
1. A person who is not licensed pursuant to this article from practicing behavior analysis.
2. The activities of a licensee that are an immediate threat to the public.
3. Criminal activities.
B. If the board seeks an injunction to stop the unlicensed practice of behavior analysis, it is sufficient to charge that the respondent on a certain day in a specific county engaged in the practice of behavior analysis without a license and without being exempt from the licensure requirements of this article. It is not necessary to show specific damages or injury.
C. The issuance of an injunction does not limit the board's authority to take other action against a licensee pursuant to this article.