§882. Commissioner may order association to discontinue any illegal practice
A. If the commissioner, as a result of any examination or from any report made to him, finds that any association is violating the provisions of its certificate of incorporation or bylaws, or the laws of this state or of the United States, or any lawful order or regulation of the commissioner, he shall state, by a formal written order delivered to the association as provided in R.S. 6:927, any alleged violation, together with a statement of the facts alleged to be such violation, and order discontinuance of such violation and conformance with all requirements of law. Such order shall specify the effective date thereof, which may be immediate or may be at a later date, and such order shall remain in effect until withdrawn by the commissioner or until terminated by a court order.
B. Such order of the commissioner, upon application made on or after the effective date thereof by the commissioner in the district court of the domicile of the association, shall be enforced ex parte and without notice by an order to comply entered by said court.
C. Such proceedings shall be given preference over other cases pending in such court, and shall in every way be expedited. Any association affected by such order of the commissioner shall have the right to apply within thirty days after receipt of the order to the district court for an immediate hearing and for an order suspending the order of the commissioner until such time as the hearing has been completed. The hearing of such application to the court shall be upon such notice to the commissioner as the court shall provide.
Acts 1970, No. 234, §1. Acts 1983, No. 675, §1.