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(b) This chapter may not be interpreted to prevent the attorney general or any other person from exercising the rights provided under AS 45.50.471 - 45.50.561.
(c) If the department determines that a licensee, a small mortgage lender, or a person acting on behalf of the licensee or small mortgage lender is in violation of, or has violated, a provision of this chapter, the department may refer the information to the attorney general and request that the attorney general investigate the violation under AS 45.50.495 . The attorney general may enjoin a violation of this chapter and may seek restitution, rescission, and other relief as allowed by law.
(d) In addition to another investigation allowed under this chapter, the department may conduct other examinations, periodic audits, special audits, investigations, and hearings as may be necessary and proper for the efficient administration of this chapter.
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