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34 Pa. Code § 321.6. Preliminary relief.

§ 321.6. Preliminary relief.

 (a)  If the Department determines that reasonable cause exists to believe a violation has occurred, and that the violation may present an imminent danger to an employe or member of the public, the Department will seek a preliminary or special injunction in the appropriate court of common pleas.

 (b)  The courts of common pleas are empowered to and shall issue injunctive relief upon a prima facie showing by the Department of a violation and a showing by a preponderance of the evidence that an imminent danger situation is present.



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