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Any person who violates any of the provisions of this Article or who assists in the violation of any of the provisions of this Article will be liable: (Ord. 1959, § 1, 2/18/1992)

(a) To the person whose rights were violated, for actual damages and a civil penalty. The penalty can be up to three times the amount of actual damages, but in no case will it be less than one thousand dollars ($1,000.00); (Ord. 1959, § 1, 2/18/1992)

(b) For costs and attorney’s fees; (Ord. 1959, § 1, 2/18/1992)

(c) Within the sound discretion of a judge or jury, for punitive damages; (Ord. 1959, § 1, 2/18/1992)

(d) For any equitable relief which the court thinks is appropriate to remedy the wrong to the individual whose rights were violated, or to prevent or end any action or practice which would violate this Article. (Ord. 1959, § 1, 2/18/1992)