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A person injured by a violation of sections 32.70 to 32.74 may commence a legal action based on the violation in a court of competent jurisdiction and may recover economic damages and the costs of the action, including reasonable attorneys' fees. A person injured or who is threatened with injury or loss by reason of violation of sections 32.70 to 32.74 may commence a legal action based on the violation and obtain injunctive relief in a court of competent jurisdiction against persons involved in a violation or threatened violation of sections 32.70 to 32.74 to prevent and restrain violations or threatened violations of sections 32.70 to 32.74 without alleging or proving actual damages or that an adequate remedy at law does not exist, so that injunctive relief can be obtained promptly and without awaiting evidence of injury or actual damage. This injunctive relief does not abridge and is not in lieu of any other civil remedy provided in sections 32.70 to 32.74.
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