Nevada Highways; Roads; Bridges; Parks
Violations: Injunctive relief; exception.
Except as otherwise provided in NRS 408.451, the Director may seek injunctive relief in a court of competent jurisdiction to prevent the continuance or occurrence of any act or practice which violates any provision of NRS 408.441, or any rule, regulation, standard, permit or order issued pursuant thereto.
On a showing by the Director or an authorized designee of the Director that a person is engaged or is about to engage in any act or practice which violates or will violate any rule, regulation, standard, permit or order issued for the purposes of NRS 408.441, the court may issue, without bond, any prohibitory or mandatory injunctions that the facts may warrant, including, without limitation, a temporary restraining order issued ex parte, or, after notice and an opportunity for a hearing, a preliminary injunction or permanent injunction.
Failure to establish lack of an adequate remedy at law or irreparable harm is not a ground for denying a request for a temporary restraining order or injunction pursuant to subsection 2.
A court may require the posting of a sufficient performance bond or other security interest to ensure compliance with the court order within the period prescribed.
An injunction issued pursuant to this section does not abrogate and is in addition to any other remedies and penalties that may exist at law or in equity, including, without limitation, pursuant to NRS 408.441 to 408.451, inclusive.