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50-162. Same; attorney general to bring action; when. Whenever it appears to the attorney general that the state of Kansas or any city, town, political subdivision or other governmental agency, body or authority established under the laws of the state of Kansas has been so injured or damaged by any conspiracy, combination or agreement in restraint of trade or commerce or similar unlawful actions, as to entitle the state of Kansas, a city, a town, or political subdivision, or other such governmental agency, body or authority to a right to bring any action or proceeding for the recovery of damages under the provisions of any state or federal antitrust or other similar law, the attorney general shall have the authority to institute and prosecute any such actions or proceedings on behalf of the state of Kansas or of any city, town, or political subdivision, or other governmental agency, body or authority established under the law of the state of Kansas, and shall have the authority to intervene on behalf of the state of Kansas or any city, town, political subdivision or other governmental agency, body or authority in such actions or proceedings.

History: L. 2000, ch. 136, ยง 25; July 1.


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