2015 South Dakota Codified Laws
Title 54 - DEBTOR AND CREDITOR
Chapter 04 - Money Lending Licenses
§ 54-4-36 Definition of terms.
54-4-36. Definition of terms.
Terms used in this chapter mean:
(1) "Advertisement," a commercial message in any medium that aids, promotes, or assists, directly or indirectly, the sale of products or services;
(2) "Business of lending money," includes originating, selling, servicing, acquiring, or purchasing loans, or servicing, acquiring, or purchasing retail installment contracts;
(3) "Commission," the State Banking Commission;
(4) "Director," the director of the Division of Banking of the Department of Labor and Regulation;
(5) "Division," the Division of Banking;
(6) "Duration," the time a loan exists before it is paid off, renewed, rolled over, or flipped;
(7) "Finance charge," the amount, however denominated, which is the direct or indirect cost payable by a borrower for a loan;
(8) "Installment loan," a loan made to be repaid in specified amounts over a certain number of months;
(9) "License," a license provided by this chapter;
(10) "Installment loan contract" or "contract," an agreement evidencing a installment loan transaction;
(11) "Licensee," any person holding a license;
(12) "Loan," any installment loan, single pay loan, or open-end loan which may be unsecured or secured by real or personal property;
(13) "Nationwide mortgage licensing system and registry," a licensing system developed and maintained by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors and the American Association of Residential Mortgage Regulators for the licensing and registration of licensed mortgage loan originators and other regulated entities;
(14) "Payday loan," any short-maturity loan on the security of a check, any assignment of an interest in the account of a person at a depository institution, any authorization to debit the person's deposit account, any assignment of salary or wages payable to a person. A short-maturity loan made in anticipation of an income tax refund is not a payday loan for purposes of this chapter;
(15) "Regional revolving loan fund," a regional revolving loan fund with a service area of at least five South Dakota counties, a designated staff for loan processing and servicing, a loan portfolio of at least one million dollars, and which is governed by a board of directors that meets at least quarterly;
(16) "Short-term consumer loan," any loan to any individual borrower with a duration of six months or less, including a payday loan. A title loan is not a short-term consumer loan for purposes of this chapter;
(17) "Title lender," a regulated lender authorized pursuant to this chapter to make title loans;
(18) "Title loan," a loan for a debtor that is secured by a nonpurchase money security interest in a motor vehicle and that is scheduled to be repaid in a single installment.
Source: SL 1998, ch 280, § 1; SL 2004, ch 17, § 305; SL 2004, ch 291, § 1; SL 2005, ch 257, § 5; SL 2006, ch 245, § 1; SL 2011, ch 1 (Ex. Ord. 11-1), § 162, eff. Apr. 12, 2011; SL 2015, ch 242, § 1.
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