SB 892 - This act allows a financial institution to charge for reversing an electronic funds transfer. This act also provides that a debtor is not entitled to receive notice of the right to cure, in the case of a second mortgage loan, after the third default before the lender can enforce the security interest. Upon the third default, the debtor may no longer cure.

This act also adds late charges and expenses of foreclosures incurred by the lender to the definition of "current obligation of the debtor", which must be paid to cure a default on a second mortgage loan.


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