Connecticut Laws - Title 37 Interest
CHAPTER 673* INTEREST
Sec. 37-5. Notes not to be accepted for greater amounts than loaned.

Sec. 37-5. Notes not to be accepted for greater amounts than loaned. (21)(1-click HTML)

No person and no firm or corporation, or agent thereof, shall, with intent to evade the provisions of section 37-4, accept a note or notes for a greater amount than that actually loaned. (22)

  

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