When a registrant under this chapter provides notice to a borrower of the sale, transfer or any type of assignment of the waiver obligation, they must comply with the requirements in RCW 48.160.030
(1) The selling, transferring or assigning creditor must mail the notice to the borrower's last known address using U.S. mail. The selling, transferring or assigning creditor may also provide electronic notice to the borrower, but such notice does not satisfy the notice requirement under the statute.
(2) The notice of transfer, assignment or sale of the waiver obligation must contain the legal name and official business address, and if different, the local business address of the new person or entity responsible to the borrower for waiver benefits. If that person or entity is different from the contact person or entity to apply to for benefits, then the notice must also contain the legal name, official business and local business addresses for the contact person.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 48.02.060
. WSR 10-02-111 (Docket Number R 2009-15), § 284-160-070, filed 1/6/10, effective 1/6/10.]