Connecticut Law
Title 37 Interest


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Connecticut Laws | Title 37 Interest

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CHAPTER 673* INTEREST

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Sec. 37-1. Legal rate. Accrual as addition to debt.

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Sec. 37-1a. Payment of interest on commercial loans in excess of ten thousand dollars.

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Sec. 37-2. No recovery after payment.

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Sec. 37-3. Rate recoverable as damages.

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Sec. 37-3a. Rate recoverable as damages. Rate on debt arising out of hospital services.

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Sec. 37-3b. Rate of interest recoverable in negligence actions.

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Sec. 37-3c. Rate of interest recoverable in condemnation cases.

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Sec. 37-4. Loans at greater rate than twelve per cent prohibited.

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Sec. 37-5. Notes not to be accepted for greater amounts than loaned.

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Sec. 37-6. Certain expenses not to be charged to the borrower.

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Sec. 37-7. Penalty.

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Sec. 37-8. Actions not to be brought on prohibited loans.

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Sec. 37-9. Loans to which prohibitions do not apply.

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