2018 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 14A. Consumer Credit Code
§14A-2-202. Additional charges.
(1) In addition to the credit service charge permitted by this part, a seller may contract for and receive the following additional charges in connection with a consumer credit sale:
(a)official fees that are itemized and disclosed in accordance with rules of the Administrator, reasonable closing costs, and taxes;
(b)charges for insurance as described in subsection (2);
(c)charges for other benefits, including insurance, conferred on the buyer, if the benefits are of value to him and if the charges are reasonable in relation to the benefits, are of a type which is not for credit, and are excluded as permissible additional charges from the credit service charge by rule adopted by the Administrator; and
(d)charges to recover the costs associated with processing applications, including but not limited to cost of services such as credit reports and credit investigations.
(2) An additional charge may be made for insurance written in connection with the sale, other than insurance protecting the seller against the buyer's default or other credit loss,
(a)with respect to insurance against loss of or damage to property, or against liability, if the seller furnishes a clear and specific statement in writing to the buyer, setting forth the cost of the insurance if obtained from or through the seller, and stating that the buyer may choose the person through whom the insurance is to be obtained; and
(b)with respect to consumer credit insurance providing life, accident or health coverage, if the insurance coverage is not a factor in the approval by the seller of the extension of credit and this fact is clearly disclosed in writing to the buyer, and if, in order to obtain the insurance in connection with the extension of credit, the buyer gives specific affirmative written indication of his desire to do so after written disclosure to him of the cost thereof.
Added by Laws 1969, c. 352, § 2-202, eff. July 1, 1969. Amended by Laws 1970, c. 282, § 2; Laws 1982, c. 335, § 11, operative June 1, 1982; Laws 1991, c. 331, § 59, eff. Sept. 1, 1991.