PUBLIC UTILITY REGULATION
DUTIES OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
61-334A. Remedies for violation of this act. (1) Any electric supplier or consumer whose rights under this act shall be violated or threatened with violation may file a complaint with the commission against an electric supplier and any other person responsible for the violation.
(2) After notice and opportunity for hearing, the commission shall make findings of fact and conclusions of law determining whether this act or any orders issued under this act have been violated or threatened to be violated and shall determine whether there is actual or threatened irreparable injury as to the electric supplier or consumer whose rights are violated or threatened with violation as a basis for granting relief.
(3) The relief to be granted under this section for violation of this act shall forbid further acts in violation of such orders, shall order the removal of any electric connections, facilities or equipment that constitute the violation, or a combination thereof necessary to enforce compliance with this act.
[(61-334A) 61-334B, added 1970, ch. 141, sec. 12, p. 417; am. and redesig. 2000, (1st Ex. Sess.). ch. 1, sec. 10, p. 8; repealed and new section added 2000, (1st Ex. Sess.), ch. 1, secs. 13 and 20, pp. 9 and 12; am. and redesig. 2001, ch. 29, sec. 11, p. 40.]