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THS DOCUMENT ALSO CONTAINS VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SHOPPING FOR THE BEST LOAN FOR YOU AND INDIAN TRIBE LENDERS.
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Indian Tribe Lenders.Your lender may be an Indian tribe or affiliated with a tribe (referred to in these Material Disclosures as a tribal entity). Often, you can tell a loan is made by a tribal entity by reviewing the governing law and arbitration provisions in the tribal entity’s loan agreement. You should carefully read the loan agreement and other documents and information provided by each lender. If you don’t understand a provision, consult a trusted advisor for an explanation of the provision and to learn how it affects you. In many cases, the governing law provision in a tribal entity’s loan agreement will indicate that the loan is governed by the law of the tribe, not state or federal law. This may mean that the tribal entity takes the position that state laws do not apply to it because of tribal sovereignty. State laws that the tribal entity may not comply with include usury laws (that is, interest limits). The arbitration provision in a tribal entity’s loan agreement may indicate that disputes will be resolved by mandatory arbitration in accordance with the laws of the tribe; borrower claims may not be brought in state or federal court; and that borrowers are prevented from joining together to sue or arbitrate. These provisions may result in a higher cost product with less legal recourse for you. As a general matter, you should shop many lenders on cost (for example, fees and interest rate) and loan terms (for example, mandatory arbitration) and pick the loan product that is the best deal on the best terms for you. You should not commit to a loan until after you have shopped a number of lenders.
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YOU AND WE AGREE TO RESOLVE DISPUTES ONLY BY FINAL AND BINDING ARBITRATION as follows (Not applicable to California transactions):
- ANY DISPUTE THAT IN ANY WAY RELATES TO OR ARISES OUT OF THIS AGREEMENT OR FROM ANY OTHER AGREEMENT BETWEEN US, OR SERVICES OR BENEFITS YOU RECEIVE OR CLAIM TO BE OWED FROM US, WILL BE RESOLVED BY FINAL AND BINDING ARBITRATION BY ONE OR MORE ARBITRATORS BEFORE THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION (“AAA”), OR ANOTHER ARBITRATION ADMINISTRATOR THAT WE MUTUALLY AGREE UPON. Arbitration will apply not only to claims against us, but also claims against the officers, directors, managers, employees, agents, affiliates, insurers, contractors, successors or assigns of us, as well as the administrator, service agreement administrator, issuer or provider. Arbitration and this paragraph shall apply to claims that arose at any time, including claims arising before this paragraph became binding on the parties. The federal arbitration act (9 U.S.C. § 1 et seq.) and not any state law applies to this arbitration agreement.
- For claims of $10,000 or less, the party bringing the claim can choose the AAA’s rules for binding arbitration or, alternatively, can bring an individual action in small claims court.
- YOU GIVE UP YOUR RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN A CLASS ACTION. This means that you may not be a representative or member of any class of claimants or act as a private attorney general in court or in arbitration with respect to any claim. Notwithstanding any other provision of this agreement, the arbitrator shall not have the power to determine that class arbitration is permissible. The arbitrator also shall not have the power to preside over class or collective arbitration, or to award any form of class-wide or collective remedy. Instead, the arbitrator shall have power to award money or injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim. No class or representative or private attorney general theories of liability or prayers for relief may be maintained in any arbitration held under this agreement.
- If for some reason the prohibition on class arbitrations set forth in Subsection C cannot be enforced, then the agreement to arbitrate will not apply.
- IF FOR ANY REASON A CLAIM PROCEEDS IN COURT RATHER THAN THROUGH ARBITRATION, YOU AND WE AGREE THAT THERE WILL NOT BE A JURY TRIAL.
YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT YOU EXPRESSLY ASSENT TO THE TERMS HEREOF, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, TO DO BUSINESS WITH THIRD-PARTY LENDERS ELECTRONICALLY.
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