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Title 4: JUDICIARY

Chapter 17: ATTORNEYS AT LAW

Subchapter 1: ADMISSION TO PRACTICE

§808. Action for injunction

Upon his own information or upon complaint of any person, including any judge or any organized bar association in this State, the Attorney General may maintain an action for injunctive relief in the Superior Court against any person who renders, offers to render or holds himself out as rendering any service which constitutes the unauthorized practice of the law. Any organized bar association in this State may intervene in the action, at any stage of the proceeding, for good cause shown. [1965, c. 92, §2 (NEW).]

The action may be maintained by any organized bar association in this State. [1965, c. 92, §2 (NEW).]

SECTION HISTORY

1965, c. 92, §2 (NEW).