- • attorney fees and costs
- • notice to clients
(1) Notwithstanding the existence and pursuit of any other remedy, the Oregon Health Authority may, in the manner provided by law, maintain an action in the name of the state for injunction or other process against any person to restrain or prevent the establishment, conduct, management or operation of an in-home care agency without a license. The authority may recover attorney fees and court costs for any such action.
(2) If an in-home care agency is found to be operating without a valid license, the in-home care agency must provide notice to its clients in a manner and period of time set forth by the authority. [2007 c.897 §4; 2009 c.595 §776c]
Note: See note under 443.305 (Definitions for ORS 443.305 to 443.350).
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