1. This section applies to a consumer credit sale of goods or services and a consumer loan. A consumer is not liable for a deficiency unless the creditor has disposed of repossessed or surrendered goods in good faith and in a commercially reasonable manner.
2. If the seller repossesses or voluntarily accepts surrender either of goods which were the subject of the sale and in which the seller has a security interest, or of goods which were not the subject of the sale but in which the seller has a security interest to secure a debt arising from a sale of goods or services or a combined sale of goods and services, the seller's duty to dispose of the collateral is governed by the provisions on disposition of collateral in sections 554.9501 to 554.9507.
3. If a lender takes possession or voluntarily accepts surrender of goods in which the lender has a security interest to secure a debt arising from a consumer loan, the lender's duty to dispose of the collateral is governed by the provisions on disposition of collateral in sections 554.9501 to 554.9507.
[C75, 77, 79, 81, § 537.5103]
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