1. The director, or his duly authorized representatives, shall have full power and
authority at any time to make any investigation considered necessary of financing
institutions and of other persons having personal knowledge of the matters under investigation
and, to the extent necessary for this purpose, may compel the production of all relevant
books, records, accounts and documents of financing institutions and other persons
with respect to their retail time transactions.
2. Any buyer having reason to believe that his retail time transaction with respect
to the Missouri retail credit sales law (sections 408.250 to 408.370) has been violated may file with the director a written complaint setting forth the
details of the alleged violation, and the director, upon receipt of the complaint,
may inspect the pertinent books, records, letters and contracts of the financing institution
and of the seller involved relating to the specific written complaint.
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