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(A) Whenever the City Attorney has reasonable belief that any person is using or has used any trade or commerce method, act, or practice that is unlawful under the anti-price gouging ordinance, and that proceedings would be in the public interest, they may bring an action in the name of the city alleging violations of the anti-price gouging ordinance. The action may be brought in the district court of the county in which the person resides or has their principal place of business or in the district court in any county in which the person is using or has used the trade or commerce method, act, or practice alleged to be unlawful under the anti-price gouging ordinance. The City Attorney acting on behalf of the City of Albuquerque shall not be required to post bond when seeking a temporary or permanent injunction in such action.
(B) In any action filed pursuant to the anti-price gouging ordinance, the City Attorney may petition the district court for temporary or permanent injunctive relief, civil fines, civil penalties, restitution, and all other remedies provided by law or equity.