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Pennsylvania Statutes Title 12 Pa.C.S.A. Commerce and Trade § 6323. Copy of agreement

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(a) Delivery of copy.--Except as provided in section 6324(b) (relating to agreement resulting from telephone or mail communications), a seller shall provide a legible and complete copy of a closed-end credit agreement to a buyer when the buyer executes the agreement.

(b) Obligation of buyer.--Until the seller completes the obligation under subsection (a), the buyer is obligated to pay only the purchase price under the agreement.

(c) Acknowledgment.--

(1) The seller shall present an acknowledgment to the buyer specifying that the buyer has received a copy of the agreement.

(2) The acknowledgment may be a separate document or contained in the agreement.

(3) If the acknowledgment is contained in the agreement, it shall appear directly above the space reserved for the buyer's signature.

(4) The buyer's written acknowledgment of delivery of a copy of the agreement in conformity with this subsection shall be a rebuttable presumption of delivery and compliance with this subsection in an action or proceeding by or against an assignee of the agreement without knowledge to the contrary when the agreement is purchased.

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