It discourages a benevolent lender from advancing funds… it opens the door to unscrupulous borrowers…— Riccardo Petersen, Norton Rose Fulbright
I’m hoping this goes to the Constitutional Court… it doesn’t sit well with me…— Riccardo Petersen, Norton Rose Fulbright
Everyone who makes a loan must register as a credit provider, the Appeal Court found.
It doesn’t matter if the provider of the loan is involved in the credit industry, or whether it’s a once-off transaction.
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