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F ederal Reserve Bank o f Dallas
DALLAS, TEXAS

75222

C ircular No. 77-133
December 2, 1977

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION B—EQUAL CREDIT OPPORTUNITY
Extension of Comment Period Regarding
The Definition of A dverse Action

TO ALL BANKS, OTHER CREDITORS,
AND OTHERS CONCERNED IN THE
ELEVENTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT:
The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System has
announced an extension of 30 days (to December 15) of the period for com­
ment on the two proposed amendments to its Regulation B (Equal Credit
Opportunity) regarding the definition of a d v e r s e action.
The comment period was extended in resp on se to requests for an
extension of time to comment and because the Board d e s ire s to encourage
public participation in this matter.
The text of the proposal was forwarded to you u n d e r C ircular
No. 77-117, dated October 19, 1977.
A copy of the o r d e r extending the comment period is printed on
the r e v e r s e of this c ir c u l a r .
Sincerely y o u r s ,
Robert H . Boykin
F irst Vice P resid en t

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Proposed Rulemaking
Federal Reserve System
[12 CFR Part 202]
[Reg. B; Docket. No. R-0117]
EQUAL CREDIT OPPORTUNITY

AGENCY:

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

ACTION:

Proposed Rule - Extension of Comment Period.

SUMMARY:

By notice published on October 11, 1977 (42 FR 54834),

the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System requested
public comment regarding two proposed amendments to the definition
of adverse action in Regulation B.
The Board has received requests for an extension of the
comment period.

In light of the Board's desire to encourage public

participation in this matter, the comment period is hereby extended
by 30 days to (30 days from date of publication.)

(signed) Theodore E. Allison
Theodore E. Allison
Secretary of the Board

[SEAL]


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