54-4-51. Court-appointed receivership. In addition to any other means provided by law for the enforcement of a restraining order or injunction, the court, in which the action is brought, may impound, and appoint a receiver for, the property and business of the defendant, including books, papers, documents, and records, as the court may deem reasonably necessary to prevent violations of this chapter. The receiver, when so appointed and qualified, shall control the custody, collection, administration, and liquidation of the property and business.
Source: SL 1998, ch 280, § 16; SL 2006, ch 245, § 7.