10-3-125. Claims or defense against state action -- remedies -- limitations. (1) A person or entity may assert a violation of 10-3-101 or 10-3-102 as a claim against a state, local, or interjurisdictional agency or public official in any judicial or administrative proceeding or as a defense in any judicial proceeding.
(2) In any civil action based on this section, the court may grant:
(a) declaratory relief;
(b) injunctive relief;
(c) compensatory damages for pecuniary and nonpecuniary losses;
(d) reasonable attorney fees and costs; and
(e) any other appropriate relief.
(3) A person or entity may not bring an action to assert a claim under this section later than 2 years after the date that it knew or could have known that a violation occurred.