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     11-2-10.1.   Injunction available against temporary zoning control--Grounds for injunction. Any person who is aggrieved by the adoption of an emergency temporary zoning ordinance pursuant to § 11-2-10 or any other emergency ordinance, zoning map, or other official control authorized pursuant to this chapter may seek an injunction against it in any court of appropriate jurisdiction based on the grounds that the emergency temporary zoning ordinance or other emergency ordinance, zoning map, or official control authorized pursuant to this chapter is not necessary to protect the public health, safety, and public welfare. If the court finds that the emergency temporary zoning ordinance or other emergency ordinance, zoning map, or official control authorized pursuant to this chapter is not necessary to protect the public health, safety, and general welfare, the court shall declare the ordinance or other emergency ordinance, zoning map, or official control authorized pursuant to this chapter null and void.

Source: SL 1999, ch 66, § 1.


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