Title 70C - Utah Consumer Credit Code - Chapter 8 - Administration - Part 1 - Powers and Functions of Department - Section 107 - Temporary or injunctive relief against unconscionable and fraudulent conduct.

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70C-8-107 Temporary or injunctive relief against unconscionable and fraudulent conduct. (1) The department may bring a civil action to enjoin a person subject to this title from:

(a) making or enforcing a term of consumer credit transactions that is unconscionable; (b) engaging in fraudulent conduct in inducing consumers to enter into a consumer credit

transaction; or (c) engaging in conduct of the type specified in Subsection (1)(a) or (b) with respect to a

transaction that gives rise to or leads a person to believe will give rise to a consumer credit transaction.

(2) An action brought pursuant to this section is subject to the requirements of Utah Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 65A.

Enacted by Chapter 208, 1999 General Session