Consumer Lending Plan

CONSUMER LENDING PLAN

"You", "Your" and “Borrower”, means any person who executes the Plan by signing the Consumer Lending Plan, or any person who endorses a proceeds check or otherwise accepts, accesses, or uses Plan funds. "We”, “us”, “our” or "Credit Union" means the Credit Union named above.

How the Plan Works. This Consumer Lending Plan has a variety of subaccounts under which you may take various types of loans (called “advances”). Some subaccounts may be revolving (e.g., Personal Line of Credit and Overdraft Protection) and we reserve the right to make changes as permitted by law. The credit available under these subaccounts will replenish as you pay down the balances. Other subaccounts are single-advance subaccounts such as New Auto. These subaccounts will not replenish, will have set rate provisions and a set repayment schedule, and once in existence may not be changed except by mutual consent.

Binding Contract. This Consumer Lending Plan, which includes the Credit Agreement, Security Agreement, Truth-in-Lending Statement, and all Advance Receipts (“Plan”), is a binding legal contract that will govern the terms of all loans that you obtain under the Plan. You only sign once to open the Plan; thereafter, you may request additional advances without signing any paperwork unless requested by us.

By signing below, you are:

  1. Agreeing to repay all loans you take. All loans you take under the Plan must be paid back, even if you don’t sign any paperwork at the time of the loan.
  2. Pledging your shares and deposits in the Credit Union. If you default, we may apply the shares and deposits in your accounts to the amount you owe us. We may also prevent you from withdrawing shares or deposits if you are in default, or, in the case of a share-secured or deposit-secured loan, if such withdrawal would cause your balance to fall below what you owe. Your pledge and our lien rights do not include any IRA, Keogh or other account which would lose special tax treatment if pledged. Please see the Security Agreement for complete details.
  3. Granting a security interest in all property you purchase or otherwise pledge. If you default on any subaccount under the Plan, we may seize and sell any property you have purchased or pledged under that subaccount or any other subaccount.
  4. Cross-Collateralization: All other collateral you have pledged for any other loan with us (except your home and household goods) will also secure this Plan.
  5. Release of Lien: We will not release a lien on any of the collateral you have pledged if you are delinquent or in default on any of your subaccounts. For example: if you are in default of your line of credit subaccount, we will not release our lien on your Vehicle Loan, even if the Vehicle Loan is paid in full. Please see the Security Agreement for complete details.

Interest Rates and Fees. The rates and fees that apply to your subaccounts are disclosed on the separate Truth-in-Lending Statement and/or Advance Receipt.

Purchase of Optional Products: If offered, you may apply for optional loan protection products such as Debt Protection, or GAP. These products are voluntary and are not required to obtain a loan from us. The premium or fee for the product(s) will be added to the outstanding balance of the advance involved and will increase your minimum monthly loan payment. We will retain a portion of this fee as compensation for providing this service. Purchase of optional products may extend the time it takes to pay off your outstanding balance(s). Once you purchase Debt Protection, all subaccounts under the Plan will be covered, unless you tell us otherwise.

BORROWER'S ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND SIGNATURES

By signing below, you understand and agree as follows:

Acknowledgement: You acknowledge that you have read, understand and accept the Terms and Conditions of the Consumer Lending Plan, Credit Agreement, Security Agreement, and the Truth-in-Lending Statement, and have received copies of these documents. You also agree to be bound by all Advance Receipts or similar documents and understand that by endorsing any advance proceeds check, or by otherwise accepting, using or accessing my advance proceeds, you are bound to the aforementioned documents.

Negative Information Notice: You may report information about my account to credit bureaus. Late payments, missed payments, or other defaults on my account may be reflected in my credit report.

IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT PROCEDURES FOR OPENING A NEW ACCOUNT

To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.

What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying information.

NOTICE TO CONSUMER: THIS IS A CONSUMER CREDIT TRANSACTION. (A) DO NOT SIGN ANYTHING BEFORE YOU READ IT OR IF IT CONTAINS ANY BLANK SPACES. (B) YOU ARE ENTITLED TO AN EXACT COPY OF ANY AGREEMENT YOU SIGN. (C) YOU HAVE THE RIGHT AT ANY TIME TO PAY IN ADVANCE THE UNPAID BALANCE DUE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT.

CREDIT AGREEMENT

Agreement to Terms and Promise to Pay: By signing this Plan or any advance proceeds check, and/or by accepting, using, or accessing any proceeds under this Plan, you agree to the Terms and Conditions of the Consumer Lending Plan, Credit Agreement, Security Agreement, Truth-in-Lending Statement, and all Advance Receipts, or similar document, and any future amendments thereto, and promise to pay all amounts due.

Endorsement of Proceeds Check: By endorsing an advance proceeds check, you are agreeing to the terms of the Consumer Lending Plan and Advance Receipt, and are granting a security interest in the collateral described in the Advance Receipt. The terms of the advance proceeds check and the Advance Receipt, including the collateral description, are hereby incorporated by reference as if fully set forth herein.

How to Compute the Interest Charge: The Interest Charge begins to accrue on the date of each advance and accrues for each day the balance remains unpaid. The unpaid balance for each day is multiplied by the applicable daily periodic rate to determine the Interest Charge for that day. The sum of these daily charges is the Interest Charge. The unpaid balance is the outstanding balance at the close of business after all transactions have been entered.

Advances, Credit Limits, Plan Access, and Periodic Statements: You may apply for advances under this Plan in any manner allowed by us. We may refuse to make any advance except as otherwise provided by law.

Late Fees and Other Charges: You agree to pay all fees and charges imposed under the Plan in the amount(s) disclosed on the Truth-in-Lending Statement, which fees may increase from time to time. Such fees shall be added to your outstanding balance and your minimum payment may increase or your loan term may be extended.

Overdraft Protection: If you request Overdraft Protection, a separate overdraft protection line of credit subaccount will be established under this Plan and any overdrafts on your Checking Account will only be added to that line of credit. Overdrafts will not be added to any other line of credit, such as Personal Line of Credit.

Perfection of Security Interest; Increase in Rate; Default: If we are unable to perfect our lien on the collateral pledged for any advance, that advance may be treated as an advance under a line of credit for the purpose of determining the Interest Rate, and the Interest Rate shall increase to the highest line of credit rate in effect at that time. Your minimum monthly payment shall also increase accordingly. We may also consider the loan to be in default and can call the loan immediately due and payable, in which case you must pay the entire amount due in one lump sum.

Advance Receipts: If you take an advance under this Plan, you will receive an Advance Receipt or similar document confirming the transaction and describing any collateral given as security for that advance. The Advance Receipt and collateral description is hereby incorporated into the Security Agreement as if fully set forth therein.

Payments: The minimum monthly payment and due date will be set and disclosed at the time each advance is made. You may pay the outstanding balance in full or pay more than the minimum due at any time without penalty. However, minimum payments are required for each billing cycle as long as any balance exists.

Skip Payment: If we make a skip payment option available, you may skip making your payment(s) for certain month(s). If you choose this option, interest will continue to accrue, but no late payment charges will be imposed during the skip period. All credit terms applicable immediately prior to the skip period will again apply once the skip period has expired.

Property Insurance: You are required to carry insurance against any loss by fire or theft, and collision and comprehensive coverage on motor vehicles and, if we so request, other property pledged as security on this Plan, with a maximum deductible as set forth by us. The insurance may be obtained by any insurer of your choice that is acceptable to us. The insurance coverage must be maintained in force for as long as the loan is outstanding, and provide for a loss payable endorsement in favor of us. We must receive the loss payee endorsement within 30 days of your loan advance date. If you fail to provide insurance coverage, we may obtain insurance to protect our interest in the property and the total cost of insurance (the premium and any administrative costs we incur) will be added to the loan balance, or it may be added as a new subaccount under the Plan, and you will pay interest on those amounts at the same rate you agreed to pay on the original advance. If we choose to add such amounts as a new subaccount, you agree that the new subaccount is secured by the same collateral. The insurance placed by us is without benefit to you individually, does not satisfy the State insurance requirements and is primarily for our protection. Coverage obtained by us may be considerably more expensive than coverage you could obtain on your own. If we place this coverage, the total cost of insurance will be paid by you either on demand, or by increasing your periodic payment during the term of the insurance so that the coverage is paid for in full by the time the term of the coverage expires. You assign us the right to receive and endorse any insurance proceeds check, to apply those proceeds to the sums you owe, and you direct any insurer to pay those proceeds directly to us. You further authorize us or our representative to obtain the necessary information for verification of adequate coverage. We, or our affiliates, may receive compensation or reimbursement of expenses related to any insurance premiums added by us.

Default: You shall be considered in default if we should, in good faith, believe that prospect of payment, performance or our security interest in the collateral is impaired. You shall also be in default if: (1) you break any promise made under this Plan; (2) you do not use the loan proceeds for the purpose stated in your advance request; (3) you die; (4) you file a petition in bankruptcy, insolvency, or receivership or are put involuntarily into such proceedings; (5) if the collateral is lost, significantly damaged or destroyed, or if it is levied against, attached or garnished; (6) you do not make your required payments on time; (7) anyone is in default of any security agreement given in connection with the Plan; (8) you commit fraud or make any false or misleading statements in connection with this Plan; (9) you are in default of any other loan or security agreement you have with us; (10) you use the Plan for any illegal purpose or transaction as determined by applicable law.

Actions Upon Default: If you default, we may declare all amounts immediately due and payable, and, if we do so, you must immediately pay us the total unpaid balance, as well as the Interest Charge to date, any late charges and all collection costs permitted under law. If your state law requires a notice of default and an opportunity to cure that default, these rights will be afforded to you before we exercise our remedies.

Costs of Collection: You shall pay all costs incurred by us in collecting any amount you owe or in enforcing or protecting our rights to the extent allowed by law. Costs of collection include, but are not limited to, collection agency fees, repossession fees, appraisals, environmental site assessments, casualty insurance, and reasonable attorney's fees for any action taken by an attorney who is not our salaried employee in order to collect this loan or preserve or protect our rights and remedies, including, without limitation, pre-suit demands for payment, pre-suit mediation or settlement negotiations, investigation and assessment of our rights, participation in bankruptcy cases, matters, and proceedings (including, without limitation, filing proofs of claim, pursuing reaffirmation agreements, attending meetings of creditors, and pursuing complaints, motions, and objections that relate in any way to the credit union's collateral or right to payment), collateral disposition, non-bankruptcy suits and/or administrative actions, and appeals. For Alabama borrowers: attorney’s fees after default shall not exceed 15% of the unpaid debt, or such higher amount as a court may allow. For Georgia borrowers: attorney’s fees shall not exceed 15% of principal and accrued interest, or such higher amount as a court may allow.

Borrower Responsibility: You must notify us of any change in your name, address, employment, ability to pay your bills, or credit standing, and you must provide us any additional financial information we request. To prevent identity theft, you may be required to verify any change in your address. You shall not request an advance if you know or should have known that you cannot pay it back.

Joint Plans: If this Plan has more than one borrower, each of you is individually and jointly responsible for paying all amounts owed. We can enforce our rights against one or all of you. If you give us inconsistent instructions, we can refuse to follow those instructions or follow the instruction of our choosing except that any of you individually shall have the right to close the Plan with respect to future advances. Unless our written policy requires all of you to sign for an advance, each of you may obtain advances individually and each agrees to repay advances made to the other(s). Any notice mailed to one shall be considered notice mailed to all. Any of you can remove yourself from responsibility as a borrower for future but not past advances by notifying us in writing. In such a case the Plan may be terminated. Removing a Borrower or terminating the Plan will not relieve any of you from joint or several liability for any obligations already incurred.

Termination: This Plan may be terminated (1) upon adverse re-evaluation of your creditworthiness; (2) If you should fail to meet the terms of the Plan; (3) at our option, or your option, upon written notice. Termination will not affect your obligation to pay the balance outstanding prior to termination.

Unlawful Transactions: Your Plan shall not be used to make or facilitate any illegal transaction(s); and any such use will constitute an event of default. We shall not have any liability for any such use by you or any authorized user(s). You shall indemnify and hold us harmless from any suits, liability, damages or adverse action of any kind that results directly or indirectly from such illegal use.

Change in Terms: We may change the terms of this Plan at any time in accordance with applicable law except that adverse changes will not apply to existing single advance subaccounts. Increases in the interest rate will apply to future advances and, subject to applicable law, unpaid balances.

Severability: In case any provision of this Plan is held invalid, the Plan shall be enforced as if such provision was never included.

No Waiver: We may waive or delay exercising any of our rights without losing our ability to exercise those rights in the future.

Governing Law: This Plan shall be construed and enforced according to the laws of the State of Michigan.

Final Agreement: This written agreement is a final expression of the agreement between you and us, and may not be contradicted by evidence of any oral agreement.

State Notices:

NOTICES TO WISCONSIN BORROWERS: (1) If you are married and are extended individual credit, Wis. Stat. 766.56(3)(b) requires us to notify your spouse of the extension of credit. If we receive written notice of termination from your spouse pursuant to Wis. Stat. Section 766.565(5), we may declare you in default of the Plan and call the entire extension of credit due and payable notwithstanding Wis. Stat. Sections 425.103 and
425.105. If the Plan is called due and payable, you may have certain rights to cure the default. (2) Additionally, no provision of a marital property agreement, a unilateral agreement under Wis. Stat. 766.59, or a court decree under Wis.Stat. 766.70 adversely affects our interests unless prior to the time the credit is extended, we are furnished with a copy of the agreement or statement, or have actual knowledge of the adverse provision when the obligation is incurred.

NOTICE FOR ARIZONA OWNERS OF PROPERTY: It is unlawful for you to fail to return a motor vehicle that is subject to a security interest within thirty days after you have received notice of default. The notice will be mailed to the address provided on this document unless you have given us a new address. It is your responsibility to notify us if your address changes. The maximum penalty for unlawful failure to return a motor vehicle is one year in prison and/or a fine of $150,000.

NORTH DAKOTA NOTICE TO BORROWERS PURCHASING A MOTOR VEHICLE - THE MOTOR VEHICLE IN THIS TRANSACTION MAY BE SUBJECT TO REPOSSESSION. IF IT IS REPOSSESSED AND SOLD TO SOMEONE ELSE, AND ALL AMOUNTS DUE TO THE SECURED PARTY ARE NOT RECEIVED IN THAT SALE, YOU MAY HAVE TO PAY THE DIFFERENCE.

NOTICE TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: By signing this Plan, you specifically agree that we may access the records of the California Department of Motor Vehicles from time to time to obtain your current mailing address, and by so agreeing, you are specifically waiving your rights under sections 1808.21 and 1808.22 of the California Vehicle Code.

For Vermont Residents: NOTICE TO CO-BORROWER: YOUR SIGNATURE ON THIS PLAN MEANS THAT YOU ARE EQUALLY LIABLE FOR REPAYMENT OF THE PLAN. IF THE BORROWER DOES NOT PAY, WE HAVE A LEGAL RIGHT TO COLLECT FROM YOU.

FOR WASHINGTON RESIDENTS ONLY:

WARNING: UNLESS YOU PROVIDE US WITH EVIDENCE OF THE INSURANCE COVERAGE AS REQUIRED BY YOUR AGREEMENT, WE MAY PURCHASE INSURANCE AT YOUR EXPENSE TO PROTECT OUR INTEREST. THIS INSURANCE MAY, BUT NEED NOT, ALSO PROTECT YOUR INTEREST. IF THE COLLATERAL BECOMES DAMAGED, THE COVERAGE WE PURCHASE MAY NOT PAY ANY CLAIM YOU MAKE OR ANY CLAIM MADE AGAINST YOU. YOU MAY LATER CANCEL THIS COVERAGE BY PROVIDING EVIDENCE THAT YOU HAVE OBTAINED PROPER COVERAGE ELSEWHERE. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COST OF ANY INSURANCE PURCHASED BY US. THE COST OF THIS INSURANCE MAY BE ADDED TO YOUR LOAN BALANCE. IF THE COST IS ADDED TO THE LOAN BALANCE, THE INTEREST RATE ON THE UNDERLYING LOAN WILL APPLY TO THIS ADDED AMOUNT. THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF COVERAGE MAY BE THE DATE YOUR PRIOR COVERAGE LAPSED OR THE DATE YOU FAILED TO PROVIDE PROOF OF COVERAGE. THE COVERAGE WE PURCHASE MAY BE CONSIDERABLY MORE EXPENSIVE THAN INSURANCE YOU CAN OBTAIN ON YOUR OWN AND MAY NOT SATISFY WASHINGTON'S MANDATORY LIABILITY INSURANCE LAWS.

YOUR BILLING RIGHTS: KEEP THIS DOCUMENT FOR FUTURE USE (applies to
revolving subaccounts only):

This notice tells you about your rights and our responsibilities under the Fair Credit Billing Act.

What To Do If You Find A Mistake On Your Statement

If you think there is an error on your statement, write to us at the address(es) listed on your statement.

In your letter, give us the following information:

  1. Your name and account number.
  2. The dollar amount of the suspected error.
  3. If you think there is an error on your bill, describe what you believe is wrong and why you believe it is a mistake.


You must contact us:

  • Within 60 days after the error appeared on your statement.
  • At least 3 business days before an automated payment is scheduled, if you want to stop payment on the amount you think is wrong.

You must notify us of any potential errors in writing. You may call us, but if you do, we are not required to investigate any potential errors and you may have to pay the amount in question.

What Will Happen After We Receive Your Letter

When we receive your letter, we must do two things:

  1. Within 30 days of receiving your letter, we must tell you that we received your letter. We will also tell you if we have already corrected the error.
  2. Within 90 days of receiving your letter, we must either correct the error or explain to you why we believe the bill is correct.

While we investigate whether or not there has been an error:

  • We cannot try to collect the amount in question, or report you as delinquent on that amount.
  • The charge in question may remain on your statement, and we may continue to charge you interest on that amount.
  • While you do not have to pay the amount in question, you are responsible for the remainder of your balance.
  • We can apply any unpaid amount against your credit limit.

After we finish our investigation, one of two things will happen:

  • If we made a mistake: You will not have to pay the amount in question or any interest or other fees related to that amount.
  • If we do not believe there was a mistake: You will have to pay the amount in question, along with applicable interest and fees. We will send you a statement of the amount you owe and the date payment is due. We may then report you as delinquent if you do not pay the amount we think you owe.

If you receive our explanation but still believe your bill is wrong, you must write to us within 10 days telling us that you still refuse to pay. If you do so, we cannot report you as delinquent without also reporting that you are questioning your bill. We must tell you the name of anyone to whom we reported you as delinquent, and we must let those organizations know when the matter has been settled between us. If we do not follow all of the rules above, you do not have to pay the first $50 of the amount you question even if your bill is correct.

SECURITY AGREEMENT

Security Interest; Description of Collateral: By signing this Consumer Lending Plan, any advance proceeds check, a document that makes specific reference to this Security Agreement and/or by accessing, using, or otherwise accepting any funds, accounts or services under the Plan, you grant us a security interest in all goods, property, or other items purchased under this Plan (hereinafter referred to as "Collateral") either now or in the future, or in any other property given in connection with the Plan. Any required description of the Collateral shall appear on the Advance Receipt or similar document and is hereby incorporated by reference. The Collateral shall secure your advances even though you did not sign anything at the time of the advance.The security interest includes all increases, substitutions and additions to the Collateral, proceeds from any insurance on the Collateral and all earnings received from the Collateral. The security interest also includes all accessions. Accessions are things which are attached to or installed in the property now or in the future. The security interest also includes any replacements for the property which you buy within 10 days of the Advance or any extensions, renewals or refinancing of the Advance. If the value of the Collateral declines, you promise to give us more security if asked to do so. You also agree to abide by the terms of the Security Agreement and any Advance Receipt or similar document.

CONSENSUAL PLEDGE of SHARES; Consensual Lien; Statutory Lien; Right to Set-off; Administrative Freeze: By signing the Loan Application or Consumer Lending Plan, and/or by accessing, using, or otherwise accepting any funds, accounts or services, you grant us a lien on your shares and deposits in the Credit Union. We also have similar statutory lien rights in your shares and deposits under Michigan law, as well as the common law right to set-off and administrative freeze. "Shares," "share accounts," “deposits,” and “deposit accounts” means any and all funds, regardless of the source of those funds, in any joint or individual account held and whether your interest in the account(s) is direct, indirect, contingent or secondary and whether held now or in the future. Your pledge and our lien rights do not include any IRA, Keogh or other account which would lose special tax treatment if pledged, or any irrevocable trust or fiduciary account in which you do not have vested ownership interest.

If you default, we may apply the funds in your share accounts and deposit accounts to any obligations you owe us, without any legal process, court proceeding or any notice to any owner of the affected share and deposit accounts, unless applicable law so requires. You specifically agree that we have the right to place an administrative freeze on any of your share and deposit accounts subject to applicable law, and such action shall not violate 11 USC 362 or other applicable law. These rights are multiple and we can exercise one or all of them.

CROSS-COLLATERALIZATION: Property and/or shares and deposits given as security under this Plan or for any other loan you have with us will secure any and all advances under this Plan as well as any of your obligations to us, now or in the future, whether direct, indirect, contingent or secondary and arising from any loan or credit agreement, insufficient fund items; fees; cost, expenses, reasonable attorney's fees, or otherwise. However, property securing another debt will not secure advances under this Plan if such property is your primary residence, or is household goods.

Release of Lien: We will not release any lien on any collateral if you are delinquent on, or in default on, any subaccount under this Plan. For example, if you are in default of your line of credit subaccount, we will not release our lien on a vehicle loan, even if the vehicle loan is current or paid in full.

No Liability for Dishonor: We shall not have any liability relating to the dishonor or other return of any check or other item occurring as a result of us exercising our lien rights or good-faith freezing of your accounts.

Ownership of the Collateral: If you are granting a security interest in property you already own, you promise that the property is free of all security interests except that given to us or disclosed prior to the advance. You promise that you have informed us of any and all co-owners of the Collateral and/or any other person with an interest in or claim against the property. If you are using the advance proceeds to buy the property that shall be used as Collateral, you shall use those advance proceeds for the sole purpose of buying that Collateral. You shall not sell or lease the Collateral or use it as security for a loan with another creditor until the advance is repaid. You shall not allow another security interest or lien to attach to the Collateral either by your actions or by operation of law.

Protecting the Security Interest: You shall take any steps necessary for us to perfect our security interest in the Collateral. If asked to do so, you shall sign a financing statement or similar instrument to perfect our security interest and/or to protect our security interest from the claims of others.

Use and Maintenance of Collateral: Until the advance has been paid in full, you agree to (1) use the Collateral carefully and for the purpose it was intended and keep it in good repair; (2) Obtain our written permission before making material changes to the Collateral or changing to a location outside of Michigan the address where the Collateral is kept; (3) allow us to inspect the Collateral; (4) Promptly notify us if the Collateral is significantly damaged, stolen or abused; (5) Not use the Collateral for any unlawful purpose; (6) pay all taxes, assessments and liens regarding the Collateral.

Notices: We may meet all requirements for sending you notice of any kind if we send it to you via United States mail, at your last given address. We may also meet this requirement by delivering these notices to you electronically if you have agreed to receive notices by electronic means.

Additional Advances: Any additional advances made by us for the payment of taxes or assessments or liens of any kind, or premiums on insurance and the interest owing thereon shall also be secured by this agreement. Such amounts shall be added to your loan balance and your minimum payment due shall be increased or your loan term extended accordingly, or it may be added as a new subaccount under the Plan, and you will pay interest on those amounts at the same rate you agreed to pay on the original advance. If we choose to add such amounts as a new subaccount, you agree that the new subaccount is secured by the same collateral.

Disposition of Collateral: If a default under the Plan occurs, we may repossess and sell the Collateral in a lawful manner. In such case, you will at our request assemble the Collateral and make it available to us at a place of our choosing, or we may enter the premises where the Collateral is kept and take possession, subject to applicable law. We may also render the Collateral unusable. If we decide to sell the Collateral at a public sale, private sale, or otherwise dispose of the Collateral, we will provide reasonable notice if required by law and will otherwise comply with applicable state law. If we sell or otherwise dispose of the Collateral we may collect from you reasonable expenses incurred in the retaking, holding and preparing the Collateral for and arranging the sale of the Collateral, as well as any deficiency balance as allowed under applicable law. We may also collect reasonable attorney's fees and legal expenses, permitted by applicable law, incurred in connection with disposition of the Collateral. We have certain rights and legal remedies available under the Uniform Commercial Code and other applicable laws, and we may use these rights to enforce payment if you default.

Attorney-in-Fact: You hereby appoint us as your Attorney-in-Fact to perform any acts which we feel are necessary to protect the Collateral and our security interest. You specifically authorize us to endorse on your behalf any check made payable to both you and us.

Survival of Obligations: This security agreement not only binds you, but your executors, administrators, heirs and assigns.

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