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  408.560.  Unenforceable provisions in note or credit contract. — The following provisions when contained in any note or credit contract or the contract of any guarantor of a credit transaction shall be void and unenforceable:

  (1)  A power of attorney to confess judgment;

  (2)  An assignment of wages;

  (3)  A waiver or limitation of any exemption given by law to the borrower exempting the borrower's property from attachment or execution, except insofar as the waiver or limitation applies to property in which the lender has been granted a security interest to secure the credit transaction;

  (4)  A security interest in consumer goods which are identified only as a general class of goods, such as "household goods" or "furniture"; and

  (5)  A waiver of any right of action against the lender or his assignee or other person acting on behalf of the lender in the collection of payments under the contract or in the repossession of goods.


(L. 1979 S.B. 305)

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