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A person affected by an order issued by the corporation may, within 60 days from the date the order is posted and served, petition the superior court for an injunction restraining the corporation from carrying out the provisions of the order, and the court may, upon the petition, issue a temporary injunction restraining the corporation from proceeding until it disposes of the matter. The court shall hear the petition within 20 days from the date it is filed, or as soon after filing as possible. A petition for an injunction under this section shall be given preference over other matters on the court calendar. The court shall hear and determine the issues raised and shall enter a final order or decree in the proceeding. The findings of fact by the corporation, if supported by evidence, are conclusive. Costs shall be awarded in the discretion of the court.
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