Texas Finance Code - FIN § 348.007. Applicability of Chapter
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(a) Except as otherwise provided by this section, each retail installment transaction extended to a person who is located in this state at the time the transaction is entered into is subject to this chapter.
(a-1) A transaction in which a retail buyer purchases a towable recreation vehicle from a retail seller other than principally for the purpose of resale and agrees with the retail seller to pay part or all of the cash price in one or more deferred installments may be subject to this chapter instead of Chapter 345 at the option of the seller.
(a-2) Repealed by Acts 2011, 82nd Leg., ch. 117 (H.B. 2559), § 26(1) and (2).
(b) This chapter does not affect or apply to a loan made or the business of making loans under other law of this state and does not affect a rule of law applicable to a retail installment sale that is not a retail installment transaction.
(c) The provisions of this chapter defining specific rates and amounts of charges and requiring certain credit disclosures to be made control over any contrary law of this state respecting those subjects.
(d) A retail installment transaction in which a retail buyer purchases a motor vehicle that is a commercial vehicle is not subject to this chapter and is subject to Chapter 353 if the retail installment contract states that Chapter 353 applies.
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