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CONC 5A.4.7RRP
The amount of credit provided under an agreement for high-cost short-term credit for the purposes of CONC 5A.4.3 R (Initial cost cap) is the amount of credit outstanding on the day in question under the agreement, disregarding for the purposes of that rule the effect of the borrower discharging all or part of the borrower's indebtedness in accordance with section 94 of the CCA (right to complete payments ahead of time) by repayment of credit before the date provided for in the
CONC 5A.4.16RRP
Where a borrower or a prospective borrower pays a charge: (1) to a firm, that carries on or has carried on credit broking in relation to an agreement or prospective agreement for high-cost short-term credit, which is in the same group as the firm which is to facilitate, facilitates or has facilitated the provision of credit under the agreement for high-cost short-term credit; or (2) to a firm, that carries on or has carried on credit broking in relation to an agreement or prospective
CONC 5A.4.17RRP
Where a person imposes, on a borrower or a prospective borrower under an agreement for high-cost short-term credit, a charge for an ancillary service to the agreement, the reference to a charge in CONC 5A.4.2 R (Total cost cap), CONC 5A.4.3 R (Initial cost cap) and CONC 5A.4.14 R (Default cap) includes this charge and, if the charge is not provided for under the agreement for high-cost short-term credit, the agreement providing for the charge is a connected agreement.
CONC 5A.1.2GRP
(1) A variation or supplement of, or an exercise of a contractual power to vary or supplement, an agreement for high-cost short-term credit made before 2 January 2015 will be covered by this chapter if it has the result that a new charge, or an increase in an existing charge, is payable. (2) An example of where a charge results from a variation or supplement is where the duration of an agreement made before 2 January 2015 is extended and a further charge by way of interest or