In this issue of Community Banker, we discuss the applicability of a North Dakota Century Code statute to collection fees.
We are asked on occasion whether state law prohibits clauses in loan documents that provide for the lender’s recovery of any collection costs after a default, or whether the law only applies to provisions for repayment of attorney’s fees. As this article explains, the statute prohibits just the collection of attorney’s fees.
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