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WEST VIRGINIA CODE
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WVC 33 - 44 - 6 §33-44-6. Injunctive relief.
(a) Whenever the commissioner believes, from evidence satisfactory to him or her, that any insurer is violating or is about to violate the provisions of this article, in addition to the administrative remedies available in this article, the commissioner may cause a complaint to be filed in any appropriate circuit court of this state seeking to enjoin and restrain the insurer from continuing the violation or engaging therein or doing any act in furtherance thereof.

(b) The circuit court shall have jurisdiction of the proceeding and have the power to make and enter an order or judgment awarding preliminary or final injunctive relief as in its judgment is proper. The commissioner may elect to file a complaint in any circuit where transactions have occurred or in the circuit court of Kanawha County.

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