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3-634 - Violation; classification; injunctive relief; evidence of violation
3-634. Violation; classification; injunctive relief; evidence of violation
A. A person violating any provision of this article is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor unless another classification is specifically prescribed in this article.
B. If a person fails or refuses to comply with this article or any rule or order adopted pursuant to this article, the director may apply to the superior court for a temporary restraining order or preliminary or permanent injunction according to the Arizona rules of civil procedure. A decision to seek injunctive relief does not preclude other forms of relief or enforcement against the violator.
C. In an action or proceeding arising under this article, a determination that a manufacturer or distributor has manufactured or disposed of a greater quantity of a given grade of product than has been purchased or otherwise acquired shall be prima facie evidence of a violation of this article.