§ 15-60. Violations; liability of loan broker to damaged parties; rights of prospective
borrower. A person who violates this Act, in connection with a contract for the services of
a loan broker, is liable to any person damaged by the violation, for the amount of
the actual damages suffered, interest at the legal rate, and attorney fees. If a loan broker violates any provision of this Act, in connection with a contract
for loan brokering services, the contract is void, and the prospective borrower is
entitled to receive from the loan broker all sums paid to the loan broker, with interest
and any attorney's fee required to enforce this Section. Any provision of this Section to the contrary notwithstanding, the civil remedies
of this Section shall not be available against any person by reason of failure to
comply with the requirements of Section 15-75 of this Act.
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