2018 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 14A. Consumer Credit Code
§14A-3-205. Loan finance charge on refinancing.

With respect to a consumer loan, refinancing, or consolidation, other than one made under Section 3-508B of this title, the lender may by agreement with the debtor refinance the unpaid balance and may contract for and receive a loan finance charge based on the principal resulting from the refinancing at a rate not exceeding that permitted by the provisions on loan finance charge for consumer loans (Section 3-201) or the provisions on loan finance charge for supervised loans (Section 3-508A), whichever is appropriate. For the purpose of determining the loan finance charge permitted, other than in relation to Section 3-508B, the principal resulting from the refinancing comprises the following:

(1) if the transaction was not precomputed, the total of the unpaid balance and the accrued charges on the date of the refinancing, or, if the transaction was precomputed, the amount which the debtor would have been required to pay upon prepayment pursuant to the provisions on rebate upon prepayment (Section 3-210) on the date of refinancing, except that for the purpose of computing this amount no minimum charge (Section 3-210) shall be allowed; and

(2) appropriate additional charges (Section 3-202), payment of which is deferred.

Added by Laws 1969, c. 352, § 3-205, eff. July 1, 1969. Amended by Laws 1997, c. 288, § 2.

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