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36-429 - Removal of licensee; temporary management continued operation
36-429. Removal of licensee; temporary management continued operation
A. If the director reasonably believes that a violation of this chapter by a licensee endangers the health, safety or welfare of one or more of the licensee's patients, in addition to other remedies provided by this chapter, the director may enter into an agreement with the licensee or bring an action requesting the superior court to:
1. Remove the administrative officers, agents or employees of such licensee by injunction, enjoin the licensee from continued operation and revoke the license.
2. Appoint temporary personnel to continue operation of the health care institution under conditions and requirements set by the court pending correction of the violation and restoration of the licensee, revocation of the license or correction of the violation and change of ownership.
B. The action shall be brought in the name of the people of the state through the attorney general in the superior court in the county in which the health care institution is located.