2017 California Code
Financial Code - FIN
DIVISION 7 - INDUSTRIAL LOAN COMPANIES
CHAPTER 3 - Loans and Purchased Obligations
ARTICLE 5 - Limitations and Regulations of Loans and Purchased Obligations
Section 18265.

Universal Citation: CA Fin Code § 18265 (2017)
18265.  

An industrial loan company that has investment certificates outstanding shall not make any loan or purchase or discount any other obligation with a maturity of more than 60 months and 15 days unless all of the following conditions are met:

(a) The loan or other obligation is secured.

(b) The property, or collateral securing the loan or other obligation, is of a kind or class that has been declared eligible by regulation of the commissioner.

(c) The aggregate principal balance of such loans and other obligations outstanding with a remaining maturity of more than 60 months and 15 days at any time shall not exceed a percentage of the aggregate principal balance due on all loans and other obligations owing to the industrial loan company by rule of the commissioner.

(Amended by Stats. 1983, Ch. 858, Sec. 21.)

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