Tenn. Code § 47-18-3005

Current through Acts 2023-2024, ch. 1003
Section 47-18-3005 - Violations - Investigative and enforcement authority
(a) A violation of this part constitutes a violation of the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act of 1977, compiled in part 1 of this chapter. Any violation of this part constitutes an unfair or deceptive act or practice affecting trade or commerce and is subject to the penalties and remedies as provided in the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act of 1977, in addition to the penalties and remedies in this part.
(b) The attorney general and reporter has all of the investigative and enforcement authority that the attorney general and reporter has under the Tennessee Consumer Protection Act of 1977 relating to alleged violations of this part. The attorney general and reporter may institute any proceedings involving alleged violations of this part in Davidson County circuit or chancery court or any other venue otherwise permitted by law.
(c) Costs of any kind or nature cannot be taxed against the attorney general and reporter or the state in actions commenced under this part.

T.C.A. § 47-18-3005

Acts 2019, ch. 119, § 1.