Retail Installment Contract or Agreement
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A retail installment agreement is an agreement signed by the Purchaser involving a finance charge and providing for the sale of goods or services. Federal and some State Laws (Consumer Credit Protection Acts) require the disclosure of what the Purchaser is being charged for the credit he/she is receiving. These disclosures include such things as the amount being financed; finance charges; the annual percentage rate; and the number of payments and when due. However, such disclosures are usually only required when a person regularly extends consumer credit (e.g. more than 25 times in the preceding calendar year).
This form is for a casual seller who does not enter into such transactions on a regular basis. It can also be used in commercial transactions (e.g., credit that is not being extended primarily for personal, family, or household purposes).
The Purchaser in this form grants the Seller a security interest in the collateral being sold. A security interest is an interest in personal property or fixtures that secures payment or performance of an obligation. The Seller requires the Purchaser to secure the obligation with the personal property being purchased so that if the Purchaser does not pay as promised, the Purchaser can take the collateral back, sell it, and apply the proceeds against the unpaid obligation of the Purchaser.
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