Appellant's Br. At 17-18.
Kaneff argues that “section 408 of Act 6, 41 Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. § 408, governs selection of legislation according to the interest liability and rate. This is basically the part of the act that invalidates waivers and states expressly that Act 6 applies, ‘not withstanding every other law, ’ which certainly includes Delaware legislation. ” Appellant's Br. At 18. DTL reacts that the Pennsylvania statute is inapplicable to that loan beginning in Delaware and produced by a Delaware firm. It contends that unconscionability really should not be equated with a simple policy regarding the state, citing a 1985 Pennsylvania Superior Court choice when it comes to idea that unconscionability “was still a unique and undefined concept in Pennsylvania's jurisprudence. ” Appellee's Br. At 14 (citing Germantown Mfg. Co. V. Rawlinson, 341 Pa. Super. 42, 491 A. 2d 138 (1985)).