2. Time that could reach the maximum rate. When indicating the date or time at which the maximum rate could be reached, creditors should expect interest rates to rise as soon as possible under the plan. In calculating the date or time, creditors must consider all up-to-date or award-winning initial rates and periodic interest rate restrictions. This disclosure must be provided for the draw phase and for each refund phase. Creditors should consider that the index and margin displayed in the last year of the historical example (or a more recent interest rate) are in effect at the beginning of each phase. 1. Disclosure of conditions. As part of this disclosure, the lender may provide a highlighted copy of the document containing such information, such as the contract or guarantee agreement.B. Relevant points should be distinguished from other information contained in the document. For example, the lender may provide coverage that provides concrete guidance on contractual provisions that contain the information or mark the relevant elements of the document itself. As an alternative to the pricing of the terms, the lender can only the terms of the language covered in articles 1026.40 (f) (2) (i) iii), 1026.40 (f) (3) (i) (i) (with regard to freezing the line to a maximum annual percentage) and 1026.40 (f) (3) or a language, which is basically similar. The inseraton covered by section 1026.40 (f) (2) (iv) is not indicated.
When describing certain changes that can be implemented during the plan, the lender may make a statement such as “Our agreement allows us to make certain changes to the terms of the line at certain times or after certain events appear. 2. The extension provisions. Where a creditor reserves the right, as part of the credit agreement, to review a line at the end of the drawing period and determine whether the drawing period of the plan should be extended or extended, the possibility of an extension or extension, regardless of its likelihood, should be ignored for the purposes of this information. If, for example.B. an agreement provides that the drawing period is five years and the lender can extend the drawing period by an additional five years, the possibility of extension should be ignored and the five-year draw period should be taken into account.