§ 10.105. Renegotiation. The satisfaction and replacement of an existing consumer lease by
a new consumer lease undertaken by the same lessee. The term renegotiation does not include (a) a deferral or extension of one or more
periodic lease payments or portions of one or more periodic payments; (b) a consumer
lease involving a court proceeding or the settlement of a dispute; or (c) any other
agreement or event which does not constitute a “renegotiation” under the Consumer Leasing Act. 1
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