Health & Safety Code Section 433.099
(a)If it appears that a person has violated or is violating this chapter or a rule adopted under this chapter, the department may request the attorney general or the district attorney or county attorney in the jurisdiction where the violation is alleged to have occurred, is occurring, or may occur to institute a civil suit for:
(1)an order enjoining the violation; or
(2)a permanent or temporary injunction, a temporary restraining order, or other appropriate remedy, if the department shows that the person has engaged in or is engaging in a violation.
(b)Venue for a suit brought under this section is in the county in which the violation occurred or in Travis County.
(c)The department or the attorney general may recover reasonable expenses incurred in obtaining injunctive relief under this section, including investigation and court costs, reasonable attorney’s fees, witness fees, and other expenses. The expenses recovered by the department under this section may be used for the administration and enforcement of this chapter. The expenses recovered by the attorney general may be used by the attorney general for any purpose.
Section 433.099 — Injunction,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/HS/htm/HS.433.htm#433.099 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).