23-706. Temporary injunction. Upon the filing of a verified complaint therefor, in any court of competent jurisdiction, the court or a judge at chambers, if satisfied that the liquor nuisance complained of exists, may allow a temporary writ of injunction, without bond, enjoining the defendant from maintaining any such nuisance within the jurisdiction of the court issuing such writ; but no such injunction shall issue unless it be made to appear to the satisfaction of the court that the owner or agent of the owner of such building or place knew, or had been personally served with notice, that such building or place was being so used and had failed to abate such nuisance, or that upon diligent inquiry such owner or agent of the owner could not be found within the state for the service of such preliminary notice.
[23-706, added 1939, ch. 222, sec. 1006, p. 465.]