(1) A premium finance agreement may provide for the payment by the insured of a delinquency charge for any payment that is in default for a period of 10 days or more. Such charge may be made for each month or fraction thereof that the payment is in default. The amount of such charge may be a minimum of $1 and as a maximum shall be subject to the following limits:
(a) For delinquent payments of less than $250, five percent of the payment or $5, whichever is less; or
(b) For delinquent payments of $250 or more, two percent of the payment.
(2) If a payment default results in the cancellation of any insurance policy listed in the agreement, the agreement may provide for the payment by the insured of a cancellation charge of $5, less any delinquency charges imposed in respect to the payment in default. [1969 c.639 §11]Section: Previous 746.445 746.455 746.460 746.465 746.470 746.475 746.485 746.495 746.505 746.515 746.525 746.530 746.600 746.605 746.606 Next
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