(1) Any deferred deposit transaction agreement made with a person who is not licensed
under this subtitle shall be void, and the person shall not collect any principal,
fee, interest, charges, or recompense whatsoever.
(2) The commissioner may void a deferred deposit transaction agreement when it is
determined by the commissioner that the licensee has violated any provision of this
subtitle. The licensee shall be allowed to recover from the customer any principal paid by
the licensee to the customer, but the licensee shall not recover any service fee or
other charge related to the deferred deposit transaction.
(3) For purposes of this section, “payment instrument” also includes debit authorization, electronic funds transfer, and any other form
of electronic transmission of money.
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