Idaho Statutes

54-933.  Injunction — Procedure. The board or any resident citizen may maintain an action in equity in the name of the state of Idaho to perpetually enjoin any person from persisting in the doing of any acts constituting a violation of this act. Such action shall be brought in the district court of the county in which such acts or some of them are claimed to have been or are being committed, by filing a verified complaint setting forth said acts. The court, or a judge thereof at chambers, if satisfied from such complaint or by affidavits that the acts complained of have been or are being committed and will probably be persisted in, may issue a temporary writ, without notice or bond, enjoining the defendant from the commission of any such act or acts pending final disposition of the cause. The cause shall proceed as in other cases for injunction. If at the trial the commission of said act or acts by the defendant be established, and the court further find[s] that it is probable that defendant will continue therein or in similar violations, the court, or a judge thereof at chambers, shall enter a decree perpetually enjoining said defendant from thereafter committing said or similar acts.

[54-933, added 1949, ch. 102, sec. 33, p. 177; am. 1967, ch. 312, sec. 25, p. 886.]

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