Section 27-17A-23

Civil actions; liability.

The commissioner, the Attorney General, or any person may bring a civil action against a person or company violating this chapter in the appropriate court of the county in which the alleged violator resides or has his or her or its principal place of business or in the county wherein the alleged violation occurred. Upon adverse adjudication, the defendant shall be liable for actual damages caused by the violation. The court, as provided by common law, may award punitive damages and may provide equitable relief as it deems proper or necessary, including enjoining the defendant from further violation of this chapter.

(Act 2002-74, p. 221, §1; Act 2014-216, p. 653, §3.)