The Maryland Court of Appeals, answering a certified question of law from the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, has ruled that a creditor who violates the Credit Grantor Closed End Credit Provisions (CLEC) by charging unlawful fees is required to return three times the amount of those fees.

The question first arose in a federal class action brought against Santander.

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