CHAPTER 399 - HIRE-PURCHAGE ACT: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

Hire-Purchage (Limitation of Time) (Variation) Notice

Hire-Purchage (Finance Charges) Notice

Exemption from Part III of the Hire-Purchage Act

Hire-Purchage (Schedule) (Variation) Order

Hire-Purchage (Exemption) Order

HIRE-PURCHASE (LIMITATION OF TIME) (VARIATION) NOTICE

[Section 26]

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Time limit for certain actions

[Notice by the Minister]

GN 224 of 1958.

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Hire-Purchase (Limitation of Time) (Variation) Notice.

2.   Time limit for certain actions

The number of days from the end of the period within which the full purchase price is payable under an agreement within which a suit or action shall be instituted for the return of any goods to which the agreement relates or for the recovery of any portion of the purchase price due under the agreement is hereby increased to three hundred and sixty-five days.

HIRE-PURCHASE (FINANCE CHARGES) NOTICE

Arrangement of Paragraphs

   Paragraph

   1.   Title

   2.   Purchase price

[Notice by the Minister]

SI 33 of 1985.

1.   Title

This Notice may be cited as the Hire-Purchase (Finance Charges) Notice.

2.   Purchase price

For all classes of agreement, the purchase price shall not exceed the cash price by more than the aggregate of the following—

      (a)   reasonable accountancy costs, credit control and collection expenses and other administrative costs connected with the agreement, other than the sums excluded from the purchase price in terms of sub-section (1) of section 3 of the Act; and

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