Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 28
COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
CHAPTER 42
FINANCE CHARGES AND RELATED PROVISIONS
PART 3.
OTHER CHANGES AND MODIFICATIONS
28-42-304.  Finance charge on consolidation. If a debtor owes an unpaid balance to a creditor with respect to a regulated consumer loan or regulated consumer credit sale, or a refinancing or consolidation thereof, and becomes obligated on another regulated consumer loan or regulated consumer credit sale, or a refinancing or consolidation thereof, with the same lender or seller, the parties may agree to a consolidation resulting in a single schedule of payments pursuant to either of the following subsections:
(1)  The parties may agree to refinance the unpaid balance with respect to the previous loan or sale pursuant to the provisions on refinancing, section 28-42-303, Idaho Code, and to consolidate the amount financed resulting from the refinancing by adding it to the amount financed with respect to the subsequent loan or sale. The lender or seller may contract for and receive a finance charge based on the aggregate amount financed resulting from the consolidation.
(2)  The parties may agree to consolidate the unpaid balance of a regulated consumer loan or regulated consumer credit sale with the unpaid balance of another regulated consumer loan or regulated consumer credit sale. The parties may agree in writing to refinance the previous unpaid balance pursuant to the provisions on refinancing, section 28-42-303, Idaho Code, and to consolidate the amount financed resulting from the refinancing or the principal resulting from the refinancing by adding to it the amount financed or the principal with respect to the subsequent loan or sale; the aggregate amount resulting from the consolidation shall be deemed principal and the creditor may contract for and receive a finance charge based upon the principal.

History:
[28-42-304, added 1983, ch. 119, sec. 3, p. 277.]


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