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CONC 6.6.3RRP
A firm which takes any article in pawn under a regulated credit agreement must keep such books or other records as are sufficient to show and explain readily at any time all dealings with the article, including: (1) the taking of the article in pawn;(2) any redemption of the article; and(3) where the article has become realisable by the firm, any sale of the article under section 121(1) of the CCA.[Note: regulation 2(1) of SI 1983/1565]
CONC 6.6.5RRP
Where the entries in relation to any article taken in pawn in CONC 6.6.4 R are not shown together as a whole but are shown in separate places, then in each place where entries are made the record must show:(1) the date and the number or other reference of the agreement under which the article was taken in pawn and, where separate from any document embodying the agreement, the number or other reference of the pawn-receipt;(2) the date on which the article was taken in pawn; and(3)
CONC 6.6.6RRP
A firm must retain the books or other records required by CONC 6.6.3 R at least until the expiration of whichever is the longer of the following periods:(1) five years from the date on which the article was taken in pawn; or(2) where an article has become realisable by the firm, three years from the date of sale under section 121(1) of the CCA or the redemption of the article, as the case may be.[Note: regulation 2(4) of SI 1983/1565]
CONC 6.6.7RRP
The entries in the books or other records, in relation to the taking of the article in pawn, must contain the following information:(1) the date and the number or other reference of the agreement under which the article was taken in pawn, and of the pawn-receipt if separate, sufficient to identify it or them;(2) the date on which the article was taken in pawn;(3) the name and a postal address and, where appropriate, other address of the customer;(4) the description that appears
CONC 6.6.8RRP
The entries in the books or other records in relation to any redemption of the article must contain the date of the redemption. [Note: paragraph 2 of Schedule to SI 1983/1565]
CONC 6.6.9RRP
The entries in the books or other records, where the article has become realisable by the firm, in relation to any sale of the article under section 121(1) of the CCA, must contain the following information:(1) the date of the sale;(2) where the article was sold by auction, the name and a postal address of the auctioneer;(3) where the article was not sold by auction, the postal address of the premises at which the sale took place;(4) the gross amount realised;(5) the itemised