Nebraska Revised Statute 45-1062

45-1062

45-1062.

Preauthorized loans; charges authorized; computation.

A licensee may make preauthorized loans and may contract for and receive charges on such loans as set forth in subsection (1) of section 45-1024 as follows:

(1) A licensee shall not compound charges by adding any unpaid charges authorized by section 45-1024 or sections 45-1059 to 45-1067 to the unpaid principal balance of the borrower's account, except that the unpaid principal balance may include the additional charges authorized by section 45-1064;

(2) Charges authorized by section 45-1024 or sections 45-1059 to 45-1067 shall be deemed not to exceed the maximum charges permitted by such sections if such charges are computed in each billing cycle by any of the following methods:

(a) By converting each graduated monthly rate to a daily rate and multiplying such daily rate by the applicable portion of the daily unpaid principal balance of the account, in which case each daily rate is determined by multiplying the authorized monthly rate by twelve and dividing by three hundred sixty-five;

(b) By multiplying each graduated monthly rate by the applicable portion of the average daily unpaid principal balance of the account in the billing cycle, in which case the average daily unpaid principal balance is the sum of the amount unpaid each day during the cycle divided by the number of days in the cycle; or

(c) By converting each graduated monthly rate to a daily rate and multiplying such daily rate by the applicable portion of the average daily unpaid principal balance of the account in the billing cycle, in which case each daily rate is determined by multiplying the authorized monthly rate by twelve and dividing by three hundred sixty-five, and the average daily unpaid principal balance is the sum of the amount unpaid each day during the cycle divided by the number of days in the cycle; and

(3) For each method of computation set forth in subdivision (2) of this section, the billing cycle shall be monthly and the unpaid principal balance on any day shall be determined by adding to any balance unpaid as of the beginning of that day all advances and other permissible amounts charged to the borrower and deducting all payments and other credits made or received that day.

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