17:3B-2. Violation of truth in lending act and state law; civil actions
When under any law of this State, a civil action is expressly provided for any act or failure to act which constitutes a violation of any provision of such law, and such act or failure to act also constitutes a violation of the Truth in Lending Act, Title I of the Consumer Credit Protection Act (Public Law 90-321, 82 Stat. 146) for which a civil action may be brought under the provisions of the Truth in Lending Act, the provisions of the Truth in Lending Act shall supersede the provisions of State law when the penalty for violation of the Truth in Lending Act is more severe than the penalty for violation of the State law, to the end that only one recovery may be had for such act or failure to act.
L.1969, c. 112, s. 2.
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