2021 North Carolina General Statutes
Chapter 53 - Regulation of Financial Services
Article 15 - North Carolina Consumer Finance Act.
§ 53-182 - Payment of loans; receipts.

Universal Citation: NC Gen Stat § 53-182 (2021)

53-182. Payment of loans; receipts.

(a) After each payment made on account of any loan, the licensee shall give to the person making such payment a signed, dated receipt showing the amount paid and the balance due on the loan. No receipt shall be required in the case of payments made by the borrower's check or money order, where the entire proceeds of the check or money order are applied to the loan. The use of a coupon book system shall be deemed in compliance with this section.

(b) Upon payment of any loan in full, a licensee shall cancel and return to the borrower, within a reasonable length of time, originals or copies of any note, assignment, mortgage, deed of trust, or other instrument securing such loan, which no longer secures any indebtedness of the borrower to the licensee.

(1955, c. 1279; 1961, c. 1053, s. 1; 2001-519, s. 7.)

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