C.R.S. Section 35-42-112


The commissioner or his designee shall enforce the provisions of this article.


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Whenever the commissioner has reasonable cause to believe a violation of any provision of this article or any rule made pursuant to this article has occurred and immediate enforcement is deemed necessary, he may issue a cease-and-desist order, which may require any person to cease violating any provision of this article or any rule made pursuant to this article. Such cease-and-desist order shall set forth the provisions alleged to have been violated, the facts alleged to have constituted the violation, and shall require that all actions causing the violation be ceased.


In the event that any person fails to comply with a cease-and-desist order within twenty-four hours, the commissioner may bring a suit for a temporary restraining order and for injunctive relief to prevent any further or continued violation of this article.


No stay of a cease-and-desist order shall be issued before a hearing thereon involving both parties.


Matters brought before a court pursuant to this section shall have preference over other matters on the court’s calendar.


Whenever it appears to the commissioner upon sufficient evidence satisfactory to the commissioner that any person has engaged in or is about to engage in any act or practice constituting a violation of any provision of this article or of any rule adopted pursuant to this article, he may apply to any court of competent jurisdiction to temporarily or permanently restrain or enjoin the act or practice in question and to enforce compliance with this article or any rule adopted pursuant to this article. In any such action, the commissioner shall not be required to plead or prove irreparable injury or the inadequacy of the remedy at law. Under no circumstances shall the court require the commissioner to post a bond.

Source: Section 35-42-112 — Enforcement, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-35.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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