Supreme Court of Nevada.
Decided: March 01, 2018
By the Court, HARDESTY, J.:
In this appeal, we ought to see whether a cash advance licensee can sue to gather regarding the data recovery of that loan created for the objective of refinancing previous loans under NRS 604A.480(2). We conclude that NRS 604A.480(2)(f) pubs a licensee from bringing almost any enforcement action for a refinancing loan made under NRS 604A.480(2). Due to the fact region court erred in concluding that NRS 604A.480 doesn’t prohibit specific loan that is payday from filing suit against borrowers who default regarding the loans, we reverse.
Giving an answer to aвЂњdebt that is so-called,вЂќ the 2005 Legislature enacted Assembly Bill (A.B.) 384, later on codified as NRS Chapter 604A, to manage the pay day loan industry. See A.B. 384, 73d Leg. (Nev. 2005); 2005 Nev. Stat., ch. 414, at 1683.
Contained in the statutory scheme is the regulation of deferred deposit loans and high-interest loans. Id. Deferred deposit loans are the ones where the borrower supplies a check or authorization when it comes to electronic transfer of funds on a future date in change for the loan. […]