Fair Credit Billing Act and Equal Credit Opportunity Act
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Fair Credit Billing Act and Equal Credit Opportunity Act, October 28, 1974. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/1033, accessed on June 5, 2023.
- Fair Credit Billing Act
- Equal Credit Opportunity Act
- An Act To Increase Deposit Insurance From $20,000 To $40,000, To Provide Full Insurance For Public Unit Deposits Of $100,000 Per Account, To Establish A National Commission On Electronic Fund Transfers, And For Other Purposes
- Public Law 93-495, 93d Congress, H.R. 11221
88 Stat. 1500. Title III, the Fair Credit Billing Act, is on pages 12-18, and Title V, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, is on pages 22-26.
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