Colorado Revised Statutes Title 5. Consumer Credit Code § 5-3.1-118. Denial of license--discipline
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(2)(a) If the administrator finds that a lender has violated the code, articles 1 to 9 of this title, the administrator shall notify the lender in writing of such violations and the actions the lender must take to cure the violations. The administrator shall allow the lender thirty days after the postmark date of the notice, or the date of delivery if not mailed, to cure the violations before taking disciplinary action in accordance with subsection (1) of this section. If the administrator determines that such lender has performed such actions contained in such notice, the lender shall not be liable for the violations that have been cured.
(b) This subsection (2) shall not apply if the lender violated the code, articles 1 to 9 of this title, in a repeated or willful manner.
(c) If an alleged violation of the code, articles 1 to 9 of this title, is the result of a bona fide clerical oversight or computer-based error and not the product of the lender's established lending practices, and the alleged violation can be corrected without material change to the terms and conditions of a consumer's loan, the lender shall have thirty days after the postmark date of the notice, or the date of delivery if not mailed, to cure the alleged violation without incurring any fine or penalty or any required refund of any finance charges associated with the alleged violation. Nothing in this subsection (2) shall exempt a lender from making required refunds if the violation resulted in an overcharge or excess charge to the consumer.
(3) A lender shall have ninety days to comply with any rule, interpretation, or opinion of the administrator that requires a lender to implement new policies or procedures that involve the reprinting of the lender's forms to include new disclosures, or that requires the lender to revise existing computer programs or add new computer programs to comply with the rule, interpretation, or opinion. During the ninety-day period, the administrator shall not deem the lender to be in violation of articles 1 to 9 of this title for noncompliance with the new rule, interpretation, or opinion.
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