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Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 69. Personal Property § 69-2111. Renegotiation;  when;  extension;  effect

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(1) A renegotiation shall be deemed to occur when an existing consumer rental purchase agreement is satisfied and replaced by a new agreement undertaken by the same consumer. A renegotiation shall be considered a new agreement requiring new disclosures. Renegotiation shall not include:

(a) The addition or return of property in a multiple-item agreement or the substitution of leased property if in either case the average payment allocable to a payment period is not changed by more than twenty-five percent;

(b) Deferral or extension of one or more periodic payments or portions of a periodic payment;

(c) A reduction in charges in the agreement;

(d) An agreement involving a court proceeding;  and

(e) Any other event described in rules and regulations adopted and promulgated by the department.

(2) No disclosures shall be required for any extension of a consumer rental purchase agreement.

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