§ 9-32.1-7. Asserting and defending a foreign money claim.
(a) A person may assert a claim in a specified foreign money. If a foreign money claim is not asserted, the claimant makes the claim in United States dollars.
(b) An opposing party may allege and prove that a claim, in whole or in part, is in different money than that asserted by the claimant.
(c) A person may assert a defense, set-off, recoupment, or counterclaim in any money without regard to the money of other claims.
(d) The determination of the proper money of the claim is a question of law.
(P.L. 2009, ch. 248, § 1; P.L. 2009, ch. 266, § 1.)