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A. On application by the board, the superior court may issue an injunction to enjoin the activities of a person who purports to be licensed pursuant to this article or who is engaging in the activities of a nursing care institution administrator without a license.
B. In a petition for injunction filed pursuant to this section, it is sufficient to charge that the respondent on a certain day in a named county engaged in the activities of a nursing care institution administrator without a license and without being exempt from the licensing requirements of this article.
C. For the purposes of this section, damage or injury is presumed.
D. A petition for an injunction to enjoin unlicensed activities shall be filed in the name of this state in the superior court in the county where the respondent resides or may be found or in Maricopa county. On request of the board, the attorney general shall file the injunction.
E. Issuance of an injunction does not relieve the respondent from being subject to other proceedings as provided in this article.