SEC. 77-5-509. Injunctions; chancery court powers.
Any filing corporation may institute proceedings to enjoin any violations of this article in the chancery court of any county where said filing corporation may have its principal place of business or where any such violations are alleged to take place or to be threatened, and such proceedings may be on the relation of the attorney-general or any district or county attorney of any district in which any portion of the proposed electric system of said filing corporation may be located. It shall be the duty of said officers to prosecute and to assist in the prosecution of said proceedings.
For the enforcement of this article, the said chancery court or the chancellor, in vacation, may exercise all the powers now or hereafter existing under the laws of this state in proceedings for injunctive relief, including temporary restraining orders. In any proceedings instituted by the authority on its own motion or by petition signed by the attorney-general or any district or county attorney, as herein provided, no bond shall be required as a condition of the issuance of any restraining order or injunction.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 5495; Laws, 1938, Ex. ch. 77.