§ 6518. Injunction
Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Consolidated StatutesTitle 35 P.S. Health and Safety
35 P.S. § 6518
§ 6518. Injunction
(a) Whenever the department shall have refused to grant or renew a license, or shall have revoked or suspended a license required under this act to operate or conduct a blood bank, or shall have ordered the person to refrain from conduct violating the rules and regulations of the department and the person deeming himself aggrieved by such refusal or revocation or order shall have appealed the action of the department, the court may during pendency of such appeal, issue a restraining order or injunction upon proof that the operation of the private institution or its failure to comply with the order of the department is dangerous to the public health.
(b) Should a person, who is refused a license or the renewal of a license to operate or conduct a blood bank or whose license to operate or conduct a blood bank is revoked or who has been ordered to refrain from conduct or activity which violates the rules and regulations of the department, fail to appeal or should such appeal be decided finally favorably to the department, then the court shall issue a permanent injunction upon proof that the person is operating or conducting a blood bank without a license as required by law, or has continued to violate the rules and regulations of the department.
(f) The provisions of this section shall be construed as supplementary to all other provisions dealing with the same subject matter. No action brought under the provisions of this section shall prevent the prosecution or institution of any civil or criminal action otherwise provided by law for violation of any law providing for licensing or departmental rules or regulations promulgated thereunder.
1972, Dec. 6, P.L. 1614, No. 335, § 18, effective in 90 days. Affected 1976, July 9, P.L. 586, No. 142, § 26(f)(2); 1978, April 28, P.L. 202, No. 53, § 2(a).
35 P.S. § 6518, PA ST 35 P.S. § 6518
Current through 2023 Regular Session Act 32. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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