(1) Cease and desist orders. If the city determines that a person has:
(b) Directly or through an agent or employee knowingly engaged in any false, deceptive or misleading advertising, promotion, or sales method to dispose of a unit;
(c) Made any substantial change in the plan of disposition or development of condominiums subsequent to the granting of a permit without notifying the city;
(d) Disposed of any units which have not been registered with the city; or
(e) Violated any lawful order or rule of the city, the city manager may issue an order requiring the person to cease and desist from the unlawful practice.
(2) General enforcement power. If it appears that a person has engaged in or is about to engage in an act or practice constituting a violation of any provision of section 2.1060 to 2.1084 of this code, or rule, regulation, or order thereunder, or failed to faithfully perform any stipulation or agreement made with the city as an inducement to grant or reinstate any permit, the city with or without any prior administrative proceedings may bring an action in the Circuit Court for Lane County to enjoin the acts or practices and to enforce compliance with sections 2.1060 to 2.1084 of this code or any rule, regulation, order, or contract thereunder.
(3) Criminal proceedings and penalties.
(a) Conversion without permit. Any person converting without a permit shall be guilty of a violation. The penalty for such violation shall be as provided in section 2.1990(4) of this code.
(b) False statements; concealment of facts. Any person who wilfully makes an untrue or misleading statement of material facts or willfully omits to provide required data on any document prepared pursuant to sections 2.1060 to 2.1084 of this code shall be guilty of a violation, and upon conviction, shall be subject to a fine as provided in section 2.1990(5) of this code.
(4) Rulemaking authority. The city manager is authorized to promulgate any rules necessary for the implementation of sections 2.1060 to 2.1084 of the code which in the discretion of the city manager may be reviewed by the council prior to implementation thereof. Such rules may include, but are not limited to, regulations on the permit application process, elaboration of the necessary conditions for permit approval, contents of a TAP contract, the definition of comparable housing, the selection of a housing counselor, the contents of the housing counselor contract, procedural and substantive rules on dispute resolution and enforcement mechanisms, and rules relating to the revocation of conversion permits. Such rules shall be adopted in the manner provided for in section 2.019 of this code.