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A. An owner or agent who is subject to the jurisdiction of the department and who violates any provision of this chapter relating to the sale or lease of unsubdivided lands or any rule adopted or order issued by the commissioner relating to the sale or lease of unsubdivided lands or who engages in any unlawful practices defined in section 44-1522 with respect to the sale or lease of unsubdivided lands may be assessed a civil penalty by the commissioner, after a hearing, in an amount of not more than one thousand dollars per infraction. An infraction that concerns more than one lot among unsubdivided lands is a single infraction for the purposes of this section.
B. A proceeding for the imposition of a civil penalty or for suspension or revocation of a license for a violation of this article or any rule adopted or order issued by the commissioner must be commenced within the earlier of five years of either of the following:
1. Actual discovery by the department.
2. Discovery that should have occurred if the department was reasonably diligent.