Consumer Credit Protection Act and Truth in Lending Act

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Consumer Credit Protection Act and Truth in Lending Act, May 29, 1968. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/1029, accessed on February 28, 2024.

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  • Truth in Lending Act
  • Consumer Credit Protection Act
  • An Act to Safeguard the Consumer in Connection with the Utilization of Credit by Requiring Full Disclosure of the Terms and Conditions of Finance Charges in Credit Transactions or in Offers to Extend Credit; by Restricting the Garnishment of Wages; and by Creating the National Commission on Consumer Finance to Study and Make Recommendations on the Need for Further Regulation of the Consumer Finance Industry; and for Other Purposes
  • Public Law 90-321, 90th Congress, S. 5

82 Stat. 146. Title I is the Truth in Lending Act.

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