Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 28
COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
CHAPTER 44
INSURANCE
PART 1.
INSURANCE IN GENERAL
28-44-106.  Unconscionability. (1) In applying the provisions of this act on unconscionability, sections 28-45-106 and 28-46-111, Idaho Code, to a separate charge for insurance, consideration shall be given, among other factors, to:
(a)  Potential benefits to the debtor including the satisfaction of his obligations;
(b)  The creditor’s need for the protection provided by the insurance; and
(c)  The relation between the amount and terms of credit granted and the insurance benefits provided.
(2)  If credit insurance otherwise complies with this chapter and other applicable law, neither the amount nor the term of the insurance nor the amount of a charge therefor is in itself unconscionable.

History:
[28-44-106, added 1983, ch. 119, sec. 3, p. 288.]


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