Protection to interest rate: Section 21A of the Banking Regulation Act provides that a transaction between a banking company and its debtor cannot be reopened by any court on the ground that the rate of interest charged is excessive. This provision is given an overriding effect over the provisions of the Usurious Loans Act, 1918 or any other law relating to indebtedness in force in any state.
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