On May 1, Georgia signed SB 90 to become the latest state to require disclosures for small-business financing (see our prior posts on this here, here, and here). Providers of commercial financing in the amount of $500,000 or less who conduct more than five transactions in Georgia annually will be required to comply with the new law. Among other exclusions from the legislation, it does not cover real-estate secured loans, purchase-money loans, motor-vehicle floor plan financing, credit extended in connection with the sale of the creditor’s goods or services, or if the lender makes 5 or fewer such loans in any 12-month period. The legislation will go into effect on January 1, 2024.
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