§ 15-70. Rescission of contract under Truth-in-Lending Law; notice to creditor.
(a) If a transaction for which a loan broker has charged any fee or collected any
costs is rescinded by any person under the provisions of the Truth-in-Lending Law,
15 U.S.C. 1601-1667e, within 20 calendar days after a notice of the rescission has been delivered to the
creditor, the loan broker shall return to the person any money or property that has
been given to the loan broker, including property or money the loan broker delivered
or directed to third parties.
(b) For purposes of calculating the time period during which a person may rescind
a contract under this Section, a contract with a loan broker shall be considered to
be a sale of services that occurs on the date the person receives the disclosure document
required by Section 15-30 of this Act.
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