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41-1492.08. Enforcement

A. Any person who believes that any covered person or entity has engaged in, or that there are reasonable grounds to believe that any covered person or entity is about to engage in, any act or practice prohibited by sections 41-1492.01 through 41-1492.05 or that any covered entity has not performed an act required by this article and its implementing rules may institute a civil action for preventive or mandatory relief, including an application for a permanent or temporary injunction, restraining order or other order.

B. In the case of a violation of sections 41-1492.02 and 41-1492.04 injunctive relief includes an order to alter facilities to make these facilities readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities to the extent required by this article. If appropriate, injunctive relief also includes requiring the provision of an auxiliary aid or service, the modification of a policy or the provision of alternative methods, to the extent required by this article.

C. A person may file a civil action in superior court not later than two years after the occurrence or the termination of an alleged discriminatory public accommodation practice or the breach of a conciliation agreement entered into under this article, whichever occurs last, to obtain appropriate relief with respect to the discriminatory public accommodation practice or breach.

D. Nothing in this section requires a person with a disability to engage in a civil action.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1492.08

41-1492.08. Enforcement

A. Any person who believes that any covered person or entity has engaged in, or that there are reasonable grounds to believe that any covered person or entity is about to engage in, any act or practice prohibited by sections 41-1492.01 through 41-1492.05 or that any covered entity has not performed an act required by this article and its implementing rules may institute a civil action for preventive or mandatory relief, including an application for a permanent or temporary injunction, restraining order or other order.

B. In the case of a violation of sections 41-1492.02 and 41-1492.04 injunctive relief includes an order to alter facilities to make these facilities readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities to the extent required by this article. If appropriate, injunctive relief also includes requiring the provision of an auxiliary aid or service, the modification of a policy or the provision of alternative methods, to the extent required by this article.

C. A person may file a civil action in superior court not later than two years after the occurrence or the termination of an alleged discriminatory public accommodation practice or the breach of a conciliation agreement entered into under this article, whichever occurs last, to obtain appropriate relief with respect to the discriminatory public accommodation practice or breach.

D. Nothing in this section requires a person with a disability to engage in a civil action.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1492.08

41-1492.08. Enforcement

A. Any person who believes that any covered person or entity has engaged in, or that there are reasonable grounds to believe that any covered person or entity is about to engage in, any act or practice prohibited by sections 41-1492.01 through 41-1492.05 or that any covered entity has not performed an act required by this article and its implementing rules may institute a civil action for preventive or mandatory relief, including an application for a permanent or temporary injunction, restraining order or other order.

B. In the case of a violation of sections 41-1492.02 and 41-1492.04 injunctive relief includes an order to alter facilities to make these facilities readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities to the extent required by this article. If appropriate, injunctive relief also includes requiring the provision of an auxiliary aid or service, the modification of a policy or the provision of alternative methods, to the extent required by this article.

C. A person may file a civil action in superior court not later than two years after the occurrence or the termination of an alleged discriminatory public accommodation practice or the breach of a conciliation agreement entered into under this article, whichever occurs last, to obtain appropriate relief with respect to the discriminatory public accommodation practice or breach.

D. Nothing in this section requires a person with a disability to engage in a civil action.

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