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A. If the attorney general finds cause to believe that a discriminatory housing practice has occurred or is about to occur, and there is no conciliation agreement within thirty days, the attorney general shall immediately file a civil action on behalf of the complainant in superior court against the respondent.
B. If the attorney general finds reasonable cause to believe that a party has breached a conciliation agreement, the attorney general shall file a civil action for enforcement of the agreement.
C. In an action under this section, the court may award on behalf of the complainant actual and punitive damages and may issue a permanent or temporary injunction, temporary restraining order or other order, including an order enjoining the defendant from engaging in the practice or ordering affirmative action, and may award court costs to the attorney general.
D. A person aggrieved by the alleged discriminatory housing practice or damaged by the alleged breach of the conciliation agreement may intervene in a civil action brought under this section.