2016 Connecticut General Statutes
Title 53 - Crimes
Chapter 949a - Extortionate Credit Transactions
Section 53-391 - Advances of money or property to be used in extortionate extension of credit.

Universal Citation: CT Gen Stat § 53-391 (2016)

Any person who wilfully advances money or property, whether as a gift, as a loan, as an investment, pursuant to a partnership or profit sharing agreement, or otherwise, to any person, with reasonable grounds to believe that it is the intention of such person to use the money or property so advanced directly or indirectly for the purpose of making extortionate extensions of credit, shall be guilty of a class B felony and fined not more than ten thousand dollars or an amount not exceeding twice the value of the money or property so advanced, whichever is greater, or shall be imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.

(1971, P.A. 239, S. 3.)

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