Maine Revised Statutes

§4-106. Unconscionability

1.    In applying the provisions of this Act on unconscionability, sections 5-108 and 6-111, to a separate charge for insurance, consideration shall be given, among other factors, to:
A. Potential benefits to the consumer including the satisfaction of his obligations; [1973, c. 762, §1 (NEW).]
B. The creditor's need for the protection provided by the insurance; and [1973, c. 762, §1 (NEW).]
C. The relation between the amount and terms of credit granted and the insurance benefits provided. [1973, c. 762, §1 (NEW).]
[ 1973, c. 762, §1 (NEW) .]
2.    If consumer credit insurance otherwise complies with Parts 1, 2 and 3 of this Article and other applicable law, neither the amount nor the term of the insurance nor the amount of a charge therefor is in and of itself unconscionable in the absence of other practices and circumstances.
[ 1997, c. 315, §3 (AMD) .]
SECTION HISTORY
1973, c. 762, §1 (NEW). 1997, c. 315, §3 (AMD).