34-18-26. Notice and correction of deficiencies--Closure order on failure to correct deficiency--Injunctive relief. If, upon an inspection, it is determined that a lodging establishment, campground, food service establishment, or mobile food service establishment is not being conducted or is not equipped and maintained in a manner and condition required by the provisions of this chapter and the rules promulgated thereunder the secretary or an authorized department inspector shall notify the owner or operator of the lodging establishment, campground, food service establishment, or mobile food service establishment of such changes or alterations as are considered necessary for complete compliance. The owner shall make such changes and alterations necessary to put the lodging establishment, campground, food service establishment, or mobile food service establishment in a condition that complies with the provisions of this chapter and rules promulgated thereunder. If, after proper notice, the owner refuses or fails to comply within sixty days following notification, the secretary shall, subject to the requirements of chapter 1-26, issue a closure order to the owner of the establishment or campground until such requirements are complied with. If the establishment or campground continues operation after a closure order is issued, the secretary may refer the matter to the state's attorney for appropriate action or the attorney general's office for injunctive relief.
Source: SL 1907, ch 165, § 10; SL 1909, ch 185, § 10; SL 1913, ch 238, § 7; SL 1915, ch 215, § 7; RC 1919, § 7827; SL 1921, ch 256, § 5; SL 1935, ch 173, § 4; SDC 1939, § 27.1708; SL 1955, ch 94, § 4; SL 1963, ch 158, § 5; SL 1970, ch 199, § 14; SL 1972, ch 15, § 4; SL 1986, ch 281, § 4; SL 1988, ch 279, § 5.