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§19-28.1-26  Powers Of Director. –

Published: 2015

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CHAPTER 19-28.1

Franchise Investment Act

SECTION 19-28.1-26

   § 19-28.1-26  Powers of director. –

(a) The director may make public or private investigations inside or outside

this state or determine whether a person has violated, is violating, or is

about to violate a provision of this act. The director may investigate to aid

in the enforcement of this act or in prescribing rules under this act. The

director may publish information concerning the violation of this act or a rule

or order under this act.

   (b) The director may keep confidential any information

obtained in the course of an investigation.

   (c) The director may investigate suspected criminal

violations of this act and may refer evidence to the attorney general or a

prosecuting attorney. Upon request of the attorney general or prosecuting

attorney, the director and the director's attorneys, deputies or assistants may

assist in presenting the law or facts at trial.

   (d) For the purposes of an investigation or proceeding under

this act, the director may subpoena witnesses, compel their attendance, examine

them under oath, or require the production of any documents, or tangible

things, which the director deems relevant or material to this investigation or

proceeding. The subpoena must state the date, place and time at which the

person is required to appear or produce documentary material.

   (e) A director's subpoena shall be served in accordance with

the service of process requirements of civil litigation in this state.

   (f) Upon application of the director, a court may compel

compliance with a subpoena through a contempt proceeding.

History of Section.

(P.L. 1993, ch. 395, § 2.)