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J. C. Dixon and his wife (appellants) sued G. K. Brooks (appellee) to recover damages and penalties in connection with the purchase of a house from appellee. Appellants made claims under the usury statutes, the Deceptive Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act, the Debt Collection Act and for harassment. Brooks denied the allegations and counterclaimed for damages consisting of the arrears in payment under the contract for deed and for a declaratory judgment declaring the rights of the parties under the contract. After a trial to the Court, judgment was entered that appellants take nothing; that appellee recover $7,088.97, the amount of the delinquent payments under the contract; and that the contract was valid and had not been terminated at the time of trial. The trial court also ruled that if appellants did not correct the delinquency within a certain time, they would forfeit all right, title and interest in the property. Appellants have perfected this appeal.