*NOTE: This section was created by temporary legislation that will expire on February 4, 2022.*
*NOTE: This section includes amendments by emergency legislation that will expire on October 22, 2021. To view the text of the temporary legislation, click this link: Temporary Version.*
During the period of time from March 11, 2020, until November 5, 2021, for violations of this unit, or a civil action arising in connection with the public health emergency declared by the Mayor on March 11, 2020 (Mayor's Order 2020-046), other than an action brought pursuant to § 2-1403.07:
(1) The Attorney General may obtain:
(A) Injunctive relief, as described in § 2-1403.07;
(B) Civil penalties, up to the amounts described in § 2-1403.13(a)(1)(E-1), for each action or practice in violation of this unit, and, in the context of a discriminatory advertisement, for each day the advertisement was posted; and
(C) Any other form of relief described in § 2-1403.13(a)(1); and
(2) The Attorney General may seek subpoenas for the production of documents and materials or for the attendance and testimony of witnesses under oath, or both, which shall contain the information described in § 1-301.88d(b), and shall follow the procedures described in § 1-301.88d(c), (d), and (e); provided, that the subpoenas are not directed to a District government official or entity.
For temporary (90 days) amendment of this section, see § 3(cc) of Public Emergency Extension and Eviction and Utility Moratorium Phasing Emergency Amendment Act of 2021 (D.C. Act 24-125, July 24, 2021, 68 DCR 007342).