2010 New Hampshire Statutes
Section 398:2 Prohibited Pledges.

NH Rev Stat § 398:2 (1996 through Reg Sess) What's This?

398:2 Prohibited Pledges. – No person shall receive in pawn, whether as security for any loan, transfer, service, undertaking, or advantage:
    I. Anything of value from any minor or person in a visible state of intoxication from liquors or otherwise;
    II. In excess of 4 motor vehicles or titles to motor vehicles, as defined in RSA 361-A:1, VII;
    III. Any title or deed to real property, including mobile homes, condominiums and rights to interval ownership;
    IV. Any mortgage or any promissory note, including the pledge or assignment of any right to receive payments, rents, or revenue arising from such note;
    V. Any article of clothing removed from the person at the place of business of the pawnbroker.

Source. 1907, 26:2. 1909, 58:1. RL 209:2. RSA 398:2. 1997, 193:1. 2005, 255:86, eff. Sept. 12, 2005.

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