A person is guilty of a serious misdemeanor, if the person willfully and knowingly
does any of the following:
1. Gives false or inaccurate information or fails to provide information which the
person is required to disclose under the provisions of the Truth in Lending Act. 1
2. Uses any rate table or chart, the use of which is authorized by the provisions
of the Truth in Lending Act, in a manner which consistently understates the annual
percentage rate determined according to those provisions.
3. Otherwise fails to comply with any requirement of the provisions on disclosure
of the Truth in Lending Act.
4. The criminal liability of a person under this section is in lieu of and not in
addition to the person's criminal liability under the Truth in Lending Act. No prosecution of a person with respect to the same violation may be maintained
pursuant to both this section and the Truth in Lending Act.
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