§46A-4-108. Use of multiple loan agreements.
A regulated consumer lender may not use multiple loan agreements with intent to obtain a higher loan finance charge than would otherwise be permitted by the provisions of this article. A regulated consumer lender uses multiple loan agreements if, with intent to obtain a higher loan finance charge than would otherwise be permitted, he allows any person, or husband and wife, to become obligated in any way under more than one loan agreement with the regulated consumer lender for a regulated consumer loan under this article.
The excess amount of the loan finance charge provided for in agreements in violation of this section is an excess charge for the purposes of the provisions on effect of violations on rights of parties.