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#142695 - 12/23/03 03:26 PM Instalment Loan Terms
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Are there any federal regulations that limit extensions on instalment loans...when a bank offers a "skip a payment" ove the holidays? Also, are there any limits to when the first payment must be made..for example could you offer a loan product without having the first payment due for 2 0r 3 months after the loan date??

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#142696 - 12/23/03 04:10 PM Re: Instalment Loan Terms
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#142697 - 12/23/03 04:38 PM Re: Instalment Loan Terms
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There are no federal restrictions about first payment periods. Because extensions can be used to conceal non-performing assets, they should be viewed in light of your regulator's pronouncements on asset classifications and credit administration.
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#142698 - 12/23/03 05:43 PM Re: Instalment Loan Terms
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Our state limits the number of extensions that a borrower may be assessed a fee for within a year. I do not know of any federal restrictions.

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