- The Laws of New York
- Consolidated Laws
- General Obligations
- Article 5: Creation, Definition and Enforcement of Contractual Obligations
- Title 5: Interest and Usury; Brokerage On Loans
Section 5-517 Transfer of cause of action for usury
General Obligations (GOB)
A cause of action to cancel, or otherwise affect, an instrument executed, or an act done, as security for a usurious loan or forbearance, can be transferred, where the instrument or act creates a specific charge upon property, which is also transferred in disaffirmance thereof, and not otherwise; but, in that case, the transferee does not succeed to the right, conferred by statute upon the borrower, to procure relief, without paying, or offering to pay, any part of the sum or thing loaned.