REMEDIES AND PENALTIES
LIMITATIONS ON CREDITORS’ REMEDIES
28-45-108. Creditor’s right to take possession after default. Upon default by a debtor with respect to a regulated consumer credit transaction, unless the debtor voluntarily surrenders possession of the collateral to the creditor, the creditor may take possession of the collateral without judicial process only if possession can be taken without entry into a dwelling and without the use of force or other breach of the peace.
[28-45-108, added 1983, ch. 119, sec. 3, p. 296.]